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Update: Suspect, victim identified following yesterday’s shooting that closed I-95 all day in South Florida

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Deceased murder suspect Hugo Steven Selva, 22 and his victim, Nicole Novak, 26. Image credit: Facebook.


UPDATE (2/8/18) The deceased suspect and victim in yesterday’s fatal shooting that led to a wrong way crash in I-95 in South Florida and fatal OIS have been identified by authorities as Nicole M. Novak, 26 and Hugo Steven Selva, 22.

Selva reportedly shot and killed Novak following an argument before stuffing her body in his car and heading south on the northbound lanes during rush-hour traffic yesterday.


UPDATE: This morning’s second incident that closed down all traffic along I-95 started when a suspect shot and killed a woman he reportedly knew during an argument, stuffed her in his car, then began speeding south down the northbound lanes.

The suspect struck several vehicles and led to accidents involving more that 8 others before being fatally shot by officers while in his vehicle.

Video supplied to a local news outlet (above) shows deputies responding and fatally shooting the suspect after first deploying a taser.

The suspect is described as a white male.

Earlier:


As a busy stretch of the I-95 highway through south Florida began clearing this morning from earlier fatal shooting, another incident occurred that took more lives and involved a Palm Beach County Deputy opening fire on a suspect.

From the information available it appears as though a driver was heading south on the northbound lanes which led to multiple accidents involving approximately 8 vehicles.  Immediately following this incident a PBSO deputy shot a driver, likely the suspect who was driving the wrong way.

In all, there are 2 fatalities and multiple people have been rushed to nearby hospitals.  It is not yet known if the suspect is deceased.

The major thoroughfare, which is typically congested during rush hour traffic, will be closed in the northbound direction for the rest of the day.

There is also a heavy police presence at a nearby strip mall.

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