Michael Clark Obituary, Death – According to the identification that was provided by investigators from the Broward Sheriff’s Office, it has been confirmed that the pedestrian who passed away on Thursday in Parkland was called Harvey Goldberg. This information was provided by the Broward Sheriff’s Office. The Broward Sheriff’s Office was the one that was responsible for revealing the individual’s identification. Michael Clark was driving a 2018 Chevrolet Tahoe in the direction of westbound traffic on Northwest 76 Street when he collided with Goldberg, who was walking in the direction of Heron Bay Boulevard’s northbound traffic when the incident occurred, as stated in the reports that were written by the BSO deputies.
Goldberg was walking in the direction of Heron Bay Boulevard’s northbound traffic when the collision occurred. Goldberg was moving in that way at the time. Goldberg, 69, was knocked to the ground after being struck by the front fender of Clark’s Tahoe, which caused him to hit his head on the asphalt as a result of the accident. As a direct consequence of the collision, Goldberg suffered a concussion. Clark was executing a left turn at the precise moment when the collision took place, as indicated by the reports that were submitted by the BSO deputies.
During the time that Clark was waiting for the police to arrive, members of the Coral Springs Fire Rescue transported Goldberg to the emergency department at Broward Health North. The employees at Broward Health North found out shortly after arriving that Goldberg had passed away while he was a patient at the institution. The deputies, on the other hand, do not consider that factors such as high speed, impairment, or a malfunction in the vehicle were elements that contributed to the tragedy in any way. The investigation into the cause of the incident was still ongoing and was still being carried out at the time when the event took place.