Clearwater, FL (February 7, 2021) - Multiple injuries were reported when a car crashed into a home in Clearwater early Sunday morning. The crash occurred around 4:15 a.m. on N. Highland Avenue.
Police and rescue workers responded to the scene immediately after the collision occurred. At this time, the events leading up to the accident are not clear. Firefighters extricated several people from the wreckage but it is unknown if the victims were in the house or the vehicle at the time of the crash. Al patients were taken to a nearby hospital as trauma alerts. There is no word on their conditions or identities at this time.
An investigation into the crash is ongoing. There is no additional information available.
According to statistics published by NHTSA, a reportable car accident in Florida takes place about once every 90 seconds. While not all car accidents result in injuries, many of them do. The injuries suffered in a Florida car accident can be severe and may require weeks or even months of recovery. Sadly, many crashes are caused by negligent drivers and would have been avoided if the driver was operating their vehicle safely and cautiously.
We would like to offer our thoughts and well-wishes to the victims of this Clearwater car accident.
Rubenstein Law is dedicated to serving individuals & families injured by the negligence of others. We know first-hand the heartbreak that can be left behind after an accident. In our news blog, we write about cases of personal injury relevant to our line of work, and we report on news of judgments and appellate cases that affect the rights of personal injury claimants. We feel a responsibility to raise awareness of the injury and tragic loss of life occurring across our state every day.
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