Hollywood, FL (February 9, 2019) - A crash on Taft Street in Hollywood left five people hospitalized on Friday, February 8th. The accident took place around 3:20 pm in the 3100 block.
Investigators arrived on scene shortly after the crash and were able to determine that two SUVs and a truck were involved. One of the SUVs was T-boned by the truck and ended up going through a fence before coming to rest. A total of five people were taken by ambulance to a local hospital. There is no word on why the T-bone collision took place. The man whose car was T-boned was most severely injured in the accident according to authorities.
Taft Street remained closed in both directions while officers and rescue workers were at the scene. No further information has been released at this time.
Our deepest condolences are with those who suffered injuries in this multi-vehicle crash in Hollywood. T-bone collisions frequently cause serious injuries to those involved. Whenever a T-bone collision occurs, police will closely examine the circumstances of the crash to determine which driver was at fault. In a typical T-bone collision one driver has failed to yield to another, thus resulting in a crash at an intersection.
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