The Florida Highway Patrol on Wednesday identified the man, woman and children involved in a crash on I-75 that led to the deaths of the woman and two of her children.
The woman, Tiffany Turnbull, 30, was killed along with two of her six children. She and her six children were riding in a car driven by Trevor Carter-Remy, 25.
The cause of the crash was still under investigation Wednesday.
According to the FHP, Carter-Remy was heading north on Interstate 75 at about 10 p.m. Sunday when he lost control of his Buick LeSabre just south of Sheridan Street in Broward County.
The car veered into the median and overturned several times, causing several of the car’s occupants to be ejected.
Turnbull died at the scene. Angel Smith, 5, and Dwayne Cornelius, 8, were taken to Memorial Regional Hospital, where they died.
Carter-Remy suffered critical injuries. Turnbull’s four other children suffered serious injuries: Chloe Williams, 4; Dane’ Smith, 6; Jordan Cornelius, 9; and Elmira Carter-Remy, 2.
FHP said Wednesday that troopers were trying to locate Angel Smith’s and Chloe Williams’ biological fathers. The family is from Plantation.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Florida Highway Patrol at 954-837-4012.