One person was killed and five others injured following a two-vehicle crash in Port St. Lucie Tuesday evening, according to the St. Lucie County Fire Rescue.
The crash happened at 6:21 p.m. at the intersection of SW St. Lucie West Boulevard and SW California Boulevard.
Investigators say one adult female and one female child were transported by ground to a local trauma hospital and an 8-year old girl was flown to a pediatric trauma hospital.
One male and one female from the second vehicle were transported to a local hospital with non life-threatening injuries.
Port St. Lucie police says a 1998 Toyota Camry containing a 49-year old male driver, an 80-year old front seat passenger, and two girls in the rear seats, ages 8 and 14, were headed west on St. Lucie West Boulevard and attempting to make a left turn onto California Boulevard when they were struck by a 2008 Nissan Rogue headed eastbound on St. Lucie West Boulevard.
The 80-year old passenger, identified as Gracimise Exavier of Port St. Lucie, was pronounced dead at the scene.