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2 killed in early morning motorcycle crash in Pembroke Park

Investigators working to determine what caused violent collision between 2 riders

PEMBROKE PARK, Fla. – Two people are dead after a violent motorcycle crash in Pembroke Park.

Local 10 Executive Producer Lisa Hendry witnessed the fiery aftermath and recorded on her cell phone moments after impact sent debris flying in all directions.

The crash happened near the intersection of Hallandale Beach Boulevard and SW 40th Avenue around 2 a.m. Sunday.

Family members of one of the victims said a group of Harley Davidson motorcycles was making a U-turn when a man on another motorcycle collided with one of them.

Both men involved in the crash were killed.

Two men were killed after a violent crash between two motorcycles early Sunday morning in Pembroke Park.
Two men were killed after a violent crash between two motorcycles early Sunday morning in Pembroke Park. (WPLG)

The man on the Harley Davidson, identified by family members as Oscar Boatwright, is part of the ‘Kingz of the South’ motorcycle club.

The club was holding an annual event in South Florida, and members were on their way back to their hotels and homes when the crash occurred.

Family members who arrived after the crash identified the second victim as Michael McKenzie.

The debris field seen along the street was extensive and investigators worked diligently to photograph the scene.


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