Homestead, FL (November 10, 2018) - One person died in a head-on crash that occurred in Homestead on Friday, November 9th.
The Homestead Police Department and Miami-Dade Fire Rescue responded to the crash scene at Southwest 137th Avenue and Campbell Drive, near the Reagan Turnpike. Police say that the driver of a car crossed over a median and struck a service bus traveling in the opposite direction. The service bus erupted in flames after the crash. The driver of the car was killed in the collision. There is no word on whether the bus driver or anyone else suffered injuries.
No additional details are available.
Fatal car accidents take place in Florida about every three hours. Fatal collisions occur suddenly, violently and without warning. In this case, it is not clear what caused the driver to travel across the median and strike the bus. A full police investigation should reveal more about the factors that led to this tragic crash in Homestead.
Every day across our state, family members are lost in fatal crashes that were not their fault. We hope that you are never in this position. If you are, however, there is help available. At Rubenstein Law, our Florida wrongful death attorneys fight hard for family members whose loved ones have been killed by another's negligence. Do not hesitate to call us for a free consultation any time. We are here 24/7. 1-800 FL-Legal.
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