Fort Lauderdale, FL (January 11, 2019) - A four-car crash in Fort Lauderdale resulted in injuries to at least two people on Thursday, January 10th. The crash took place just after 9:00 pm.
The Fort Lauderdale Police Department and Fire Rescue units responded to the intersection of Northwest 31st Avenue and West Broward Boulevard in reference to the crash. There, they located an adult female and an infant that had been injured in the accident. The infant was taken to Broward Health Medical Center. Neither the female nor the infant suffered life-threatening injuries.
A driver involved in the crash said that he was traveling eastbound on Broward Boulevard when he was struck by a car heading southbound on Northwest 31st Avenue. The Fort Lauderdale DUI task force is investigating the crash as one driver was suspected to be impaired at the time of the collision. There is no further information currently available.
Over 400,000 crashes are reported in Florida each year. Crashes can happen in an instant. A single mistake by a driver can trigger a series of actions which results in numerous cars being involved in a crash and causing several people to be injured. Our thoughts are with all of those injured in this accident and we hope for a speedy recovery.
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