On October 12, 2021, two men in Ocala, Florida were implicated in an accident that killed one guy and wounded many others on State Road 200 in front of Red Lobster and are now being charged with vehicular homicide and street racing. On January 12, 2022, 52-year-old men and 30-year-old men are now facing these charges along State Road 200. According to investigators, both guys were traveling at speeds in excess of 90 mph on SR 200 right before the crash. 56-year-old men, his wife, and their adult daughter were leaving Red Lobster in a red Hyundai SUV when he veered eastbound into State Road 200, directly into the path of two westbound automobiles, according to authorities. According to police, 30-year-old men, driving a silver Toyota Scion, T-boned the Hyundai SUV, forcing the Scion to twist counter-clockwise and into the path of 52-year-old men, driving a gray Honda Civic. 56-year-old was transferred to a hospital and died there. With six lanes of traffic and multiple driveway entries, the area of State Road 200 where the collision happened is extensively frequented. According to authorities, video footage reveals that there was considerable traffic at the time of the crash since it was towards the conclusion of rush hour. These two drivers put other motorists at risk and caused an accident that ended in 56-year-old men death. A toxicology report also revealed that he had no alcohol in his system.
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