RIVIERA BEACH, Fla. — Riviera Beach police said at least one person died in a hit-and-run crash between a golf cart and vehicle Tuesday morning on the Blue Heron Bridge.
The crash, which happened about 1:30 a.m., closed all east and westbound lanes of the bridge for hours before sunrise.
Police said the vehicle involved in the hit-and-run was left on the bridge, but the driver took off and remained at-large Tuesday afternoon.
WPTV has learned that the golf cart driver who was killed was Troy Lowry, the owner of nearby Get Wet Watersports on Blue Heron Boulevard. Employees at the business told WPTV that Lowry was killed in the crash.
Exclusive video from WPTV Chopper 5 showed both the smashed-up golf cart and other vehicle on two separate flatbed trucks.
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If you have any information that can help investigators catch the hit-and-run driver, call the Riviera Beach Police Department at 561-845-4123.