South Florida couple, man killed in Tallahassee crash

Couple were middle school sweethearts from Coral Springs

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – A South Florida couple who were living in Tallahassee were killed in a car crash along with their friend Sunday night.

Police in Tallahassee said the crash happened about 9:15 p.m.

Kevin Boos, 22, was pronounced dead at the scene. Morgan Carr 21, and her boyfriend, Vincenzo Libio, 22, were found unresponsive in the car. They were taken to a hospital where they were later pronounced dead.

According to a GoFundMe page, the Chrysler PT Cruiser the victims were in was T-boned by a drunken driver who ran a red light.

Police did not confirm whether the driver of the Dodge Challenger involved in the crash was impaired, but witnesses said Stanley Jaboin, 27, was taken away in handcuffs.

The driver of the PT Cruiser, Nikolas Bonilla, 20, was taken to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

According to the post, Libio had just graduated from college with a degree in sports marketing and had applications in with the Miami Dolphins, Jacksonville Jaguars and Dallas Cowboys, among other teams.

Florida State University's Epsilon Sigma Alpha released a statement on Facebook, saying Boos served as co-president of the foundation last semester.

"Although Kevin was not a student this semester, last semester he had served as the co-president of ESA at FSU. Kevin will be remembered for his positive attitude, willingness to help others and bright deposition," the statement said. "For those of you who never had the opportunity to meet Kevin, our only regret is that you will not fully understand what a blessing he was to have in all of our lives."

Carr's sorority sisters at FSU's Zeta Tau Alpha and Libio's fraternity brothers at FSU's Phi Sigma Kappa also took to social media to express their condolences.

Libio and Carr were middle school sweethearts, who had been dating since they were 13 years old. They graduated from J.P. Taravella High School in Coral Springs. Boos was also from Broward County.

"Just too soon. Not a bad bone in any of their bodies. They were both wonderful, loving people who will never be forgotten. They are together at peace now," Joshua Levine posted on the GoFundMe page.

Click here to donate to the families of Libio and Carr for the couple's funeral expenses.

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