Father, daughter killed in horrific wrong-way Long Island crash

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The lethal victims of the horrific crash involving a wrong-way driver on Extensive Island’s Southern Point out Parkway early Tuesday bundled a father and his adult daughter, a devastated loved ones buddy revealed to The Submit.

Ruben Sanchez-Flores, 67, was driving his daughters — Ivis Sanchez-Cordova, 34, and Nadia Sanchez-Cordova, 44 — to function in Massapequa alongside with a pal who worked with the daughters, 56-yr-previous Edith Magana, when a completely wrong-way driver plowed into the Nissan Rogue they had been in, the household friend, who did not want to establish himself, explained.

“I feel so unfortunate simply because they are like my household. We’re from the exact same town in Honduras. Everybody’s incredibly sad about it,” the pal explained.

Sanchez-Flores, a cab driver of Hempstead, “was on his way to fall them off at perform and then come back,” explained the buddy, who included, “And then this male arrived out of nowhere heading the mistaken way on the highway.”

The Nissan was travelling eastbound alongside the parkway at around 5:10 a.m. in the vicinity of Exit 29 in the Town of Oyster Bay when a Toyota Camry, driven by 33-year-previous Marvin Balcaseres, collided with the compact SUV head-on, police explained.

Balcaseres, Sanchez-Flores and his daughter Ivis, along with Magana all died at the scene.

Nadia, who experienced been sitting in the front passenger seat, was critically injured and rushed to Nassau College Health-related Centre, law enforcement explained.

She suffered hurt to “a large amount of organs,” the pal advised The Submit outside the house of the property the place Sanchez-Flores lived with Ivis and her son.

Nadia lived in other places in Hempstead with her spouse and three kids, said Carlos.

Sanchez-Flores, who has a number of other little ones, is from Honduras, the buddy stated, describing that the father’s daughters immigrated to the US from there in the past couple yrs.

One more loved ones close friend who also did not want to be identified explained, “I’m so upset, I just cannot breathe.”