Delray Beach, FL (November 7, 2018) - A fiery three-car crash left one person hurt in Delray Beach on Tuesday, November 6th.
According to Al Feola of the Florida Highway Patrol, the crash happened just after 3:00 pm near Atlantic Avenue. At least one of the vehicles involved erupted in flames after the crash. One person suffered serious injuries and was transported to a nearby hospital for treatment. Two lanes of I-95 were shut down while the crash was cleared and investigated. There is no word on how the crash occurred and those involved have not been identified at this time.
No additional information surrounding this incident is available.
A reportable accident happens every 92 seconds in our state. Many accidents occur on highways for a number of reasons. Highways tend to be more congested than municipal streets. Highways have a greater speed limit and people tend to drive faster and more recklessly at times. Finally, many people are inattentive to other vehicles on the highway and crashes are caused by distraction.
Many highway accidents involve serious injuries that require extensive medical care and possibly long-term treatment. An experienced Florida car accident attorney is needed to make sure your legal rights have been protected in these situations. If you have been injured by the negligence of another driver, give us a call at Rubenstein Law. Serving Floridians since 1988, we know what it takes to get the job done. For your free consultation, contact us 24/7 at 1-800 FL-Legal.
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