A Florida car wreck that killed two on I-95 in Ft. Lauderdale on February 8 is still under investigation.
Damian Toraine Sibblies, 33, of Port St. Lucie, and Christina Evelyn-Marie Ramirez, 21, of Lauderhill, were driving in a 1995 Honda Civic on the interstate early Saturday morning. At around 2:15 a.m., Sibblies, who was driving the Civic, rear-ended a dump truck at a high speed, in the northbound lanes, just south of Commercial Blvd.
Sibblies and Ramierez were pronounced dead at the crash site. The driver of the dump truck, 36-year-old Yoel Camacho of Miami, was not harmed.
Florida Highway Patrol is investigating the cause of the accident. The results of a toxicology report, to determine if alcohol played a role in the crash, haven’t been released.
We extend our deepest sympathies to all of those involved in this tragic accident.
Losing a friend or family member in a Florida car wreck is extremely tragic. When you are the victim of an accident in which other drivers lose their lives, you are experiencing emotions that are difficult to understand.
The experienced lawyers of Johnson and Gilbert have helped others who have been through the same situation as you. We believe we may be able to offer assistance during this sad time. Even if you aren’t injured, you may still be entitled to receive compensation, some of which may be used to repair damage your vehicle experienced as a result of the crash.
Call us at 800.556.8890 to speak with a lawyer about how we can help you.