Five people in Florida have died after a person who lost their license eight years ago caused a wrong-way crash.
Back in 2014, 30-year-old Maiky Simeon had his license revoked for driving 109 miles per hour. Since then, Simeon has been driving illegally, getting several violations for speeding, running red lights and refusing to yield at an intersection, The New York Post reports.
His unlawful behavior has now caused the death of five people after he hit them head-on driving the wrong way on the Palmetto Expressway near Miami. The incident took place at around 4:30 a.m. on Saturday. Simeon was driving east in the westbound lanes. He hit a Honda sedan that was filled with five passengers, including four women and one man. None of the victims have been identified.
Simeon is now in the hospital, recovering from severe injuries. Criminal charges are likely to await Simeon, according to investigators.