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No charges in deadly Lakeland Lamborghini crash

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Photos courtesy Lakeland Police Photos courtesy Lakeland Police
Photos courtesy Lakeland Police Photos courtesy Lakeland Police
LAKELAND, FL (WFLA) -

The Lakeland Police Department reported Wednesday that the investigation into the fatal traffic crash has been completed. Authorities say, no charges were filed as a result of this investigation.

In early February, a crash on University Boulevard in Lakeland killed two people in a Lamborghini, and left two others with injuries.

Lakeland Police reported that Tiffany Beene was driving a green 2008 Lamborghini westbound on University Boulevard, when the sports car crossed the median and entered the eastbound lanes. The Lamborghini crashed into a white Nissan. Beene, and her passenger, Samuel Hampton, were both killed. The driver of the Nissan was critically injured; the passenger suffered minor injuries.

Investigators saed there was no evidence that anyone was impaired. Everyone was wearing seat belts.

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