Homestead, FL (September 6, 2018) - A crash in Homestead on Thursday left four children injured. Miami-Dade Fire Rescue arrived at 540 SW 11 Avenue, near Krome Avenue in response to a crash involving two vehicles.
Reports indicate that two damaged cars were found on scene, along with a broken fence and damage to the window of a house. Lt. Kirsten Miller of the Miami-Dade Fire Department indicated that two medical helicopters were called to the crash scene. Four children were airlifted to the hospital. Three children under age 10 were hurt in the crash. There is no word at this time on exactly how the accident took place.
The Homestead Police Department is investigating the accident. No further information is available.
Car accidents can happen anywhere at any time. With over 400,000 accidents reported annually, the odds of becoming a Florida car accident victim are unfortunately fairly high.
When you have been hurt in a crash you are probably wondering what to do next. You are facing high medical bills, missed time from work and are in pain from your injuries. During these times, it is vital to ensure that your legal rights are protected. You should always speak with a Florida personal injury attorney before agreeing to any offers from the insurance company or signing any settlements.
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