Late-Night Tragedy! MOTHER and DAUGHTER KILLED in Turnpike SHOOTING INCIDENT Near Hollywood, Florida


A woman and her four-year-old daughter died in an alleged gunshot on the Florida Turnpike in Hollywood late Friday night.

On Saturday afternoon, the Broward County Sheriff’s Office recognized the woman as Beatrice Saintvil and the kid as her daughter. Shortly after 11:50 p.m. Friday, the Florida Highway Patrol responded to a shooting in the northbound lanes of the Turnpike near mile marker 49, just south of Hollywood Boulevard. According to the preliminary inquiry, the shooting occurred about 11:14 p.m., approximately 35 minutes before the event was reported.

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When troopers arrived, they discovered Saintvil and her daughter with gunshot wounds inside a car parked in the left breakdown lane, according to CBS News Miami.

Hollywood Fire Rescue then arrived on the scene and carried Saintvil to a local hospital, where she died. Unfortunately, her daughter was pronounced deceased at the scene, according to BSO.

At the request of the FHP, BSO’s Homicide Unit was dispatched to the location and is currently investigating the event.

Anyley Cabrera was returning home from work when she noticed the sight.

“There is never that much traffic around that time,” she told CBS News Miami’s Steve Maugeri. “There’s never cars like that around.”

Cabrera stated that traffic on the Turnpike was jammed for hours while the inquiry was ongoing.

“The car was destroyed… the shards in the window,” she added, recalling what she had seen while driving. “And the ambulance [was] there, so I guess they already took the people that were hurt.”

Lazaro Basq told Maugeri that the incident was upsetting since he looks after his aunt in the neighborhood near to where the gunfire occurred on the Turnpike.

“It’s not supposed to happen,” he explained.

“I don’t live here but now I’m concerned about it because I gotta come a little often,” Basq stated.

Anyone with information can contact Detective Ryan Schnakenberg at (954) 321-4247 or submit a tip via the SaferWatch app. If you want to remain anonymous, call Broward County Crime Stoppers at (954) 493-TIPS (8477), visit, or dial **TIPS. Any Crime Stoppers tip that leads to an arrest qualifies for a $5,000 prize.

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