Driver in Wrong-Way Crash on I-95 that Killed Sisters Had Revoked License: Records

Authorities say the driver who crashed into another vehicle while going the wrong way on Interstate 95 had a revoked driver's license.

The Sun Sentinel reports 24-year-old Admerson Cleber Eugenio Vicente of Jupiter wasn't supposed to drive until 2020 because the state Department of Highway Safety & Motor Vehicles considered him a "habitual traffic offender.''

The crash killed sisters Brittany and Alexis Musumeci, who were returning to Pompano Beach after a trip to Disney World when Vicente's car crashed head-on into their vehicle on Saturday night.

Records show Vicente's license had been revoked for five years. He was charged with DUI in 2010 and was accused of driving with a suspended license twice in 2014.

Vicente was critically injured in the crash, but was arrested Thursday at Lawnwood Regional Medical Center. He was charged with DUI manslaughter, vehicle homicide, driving without a driver license causing death and DUI property damage.

Once Vicente is released from the hospital, he will be booked into St. Lucie County Jail and then transferred to Martin County Jail. His bond will be set at $3 million.

The crash remains under investigation.

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