The Florida Highway Patrol have identified the father and three kids killed in a January 18th, 2013 car accident in Groveland, FL. Accident investigators currently suspect that Wilfredo Malave and his children Zion, Phoenix, and Avaya were killed when the vehicle they occupied experienced a sudden and inexplicable loss of control while navigating State Road 33.
Scene of the Accident
The vehicle vacated the roadway, collided with several trees and a utility pole before coming to a rest when the vehicle’s roof impacted another tree. According to the report both Wilfredo and his 9-year-old son Zion were pronounced dead on the scene by emergency response personnel when they arrived. 7-year-old Phoenix, and 2-year-old Malave were transported to Southlake Hospital in Clermont, FL where they succumbed to the injuries inflicted on them a short time after they arrived.
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