DELRAY BEACH, Fla. - One adult male and one adult female were transported to Delray Medical Center on Sunday morning after being involved in a two-vehicle accident in the northbound lanes of Interstate 95, south of Woolbright Road, said Capt. Kevin Saxton, spokesman for Delray Beach Fire Rescue.
The female passenger had to be extricated from the wreckage using the "Jaws of Life." She was pronounced dead a short time after arriving at the hospital, says a representative of Delray Medical Center. The male, who was also the driver of the van, was transported to Delray Medical Center and remains in critical condition, Saxon said.
There were no injuries reported in the second vehicle.
The vehicle accident happened around 10:00 a.m. and involved two vehicles, including a van that was carrying two passengers when it went off of the road and rolled over into a brush area, Saxon said.
Delray Beach Fire Rescue had approximately 18 personnel on scene including the following units: Squirt 1, Medic 1, Engine 3, Medic 3, Ladder 5, Medic 5, Special Ops 5, Battalion 1, and EMS 1.
The Florida Highway Patrol is investigating this accident.