Pembroke Pines police and tow truck operators work to get a Toyota Highlander out from a canal after two people were pulled from the submerged vehicle that crashed into the body of water near 17200 Sheridan St., Pembroke Pines police said Wednesday. They were pulled from the water around 2:30 p.m. and taken to Memorial Hospital Miramar, police spokeswoman Amanda Conwell said. The crash area is west of Interstate 75 near Southwest 172nd Avenue and Sheridan Street, by the Broward County Southwest Regional Library. A line of yellow evidence markers formed a trail from the library parking lot, across a median and to the grass next to the canal.
Pembroke Pines police and tow truck operators work to get a Toyota Highlander out from a canal after two people were pulled from the submerged vehicle that crashed into the body of water near 17200 Sheridan St., Pembroke Pines police said Wednesday. They were pulled from the water around 2:30 p.m. and taken to Memorial Hospital Miramar, police spokeswoman Amanda Conwell said. The crash area is west of Interstate 75 near Southwest 172nd Avenue and Sheridan Street, by the Broward County Southwest Regional Library. A line of yellow evidence markers formed a trail from the library parking lot, across a median and to the grass next to the canal. Taimy Alvarez Sun Sentinel
Pembroke Pines police and tow truck operators work to get a Toyota Highlander out from a canal after two people were pulled from the submerged vehicle that crashed into the body of water near 17200 Sheridan St., Pembroke Pines police said Wednesday. They were pulled from the water around 2:30 p.m. and taken to Memorial Hospital Miramar, police spokeswoman Amanda Conwell said. The crash area is west of Interstate 75 near Southwest 172nd Avenue and Sheridan Street, by the Broward County Southwest Regional Library. A line of yellow evidence markers formed a trail from the library parking lot, across a median and to the grass next to the canal. Taimy Alvarez Sun Sentinel

One passenger dead, another in critical condition after SUV dives into Pembroke Pines canal

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