Indian River County, FL (February 28, 2019) - A rollover crash on US-1 caused one person to be hospitalized on Thursday, February 28th.
The Florida Highway Patrol was called to the crash scene just after 5:30 a.m. in reference to a two-vehicle collision. When troopers arrived, they found a Toyota Corolla and a Ford F-150 involved in an accident. At least one of the vehicles had rolled over in the crash. The driver of the Corolla was taken to the trauma center at Lawnwood Regional Medical Center & Heart Institute.
There was no information available on the cause of the accident or the rollover, and no update on the condition of the injured driver was immediately available. No further details were released.
Each year, Florida will see about 250,000 injury accidents statewide. When a rollover crash takes place, injuries are almost certain to result. The impact of a rollover can cause catastrophic and debilitating consequences, even death in some cases. Rollover accidents are typically caused by the speed of the vehicles involved and the force of the impact. In this crash, police will continue to investigate the cause and attempt to find out which driver was responsible.
If you have been hurt in a Florida car accident that was not your fault, you have legal rights that must be protected. At Rubenstein Law, we will fight for you and stand up to the insurance companies to ensure that you receive the compensation you deserve. You should not let a car accident ruin your life. For your free consultation, please call us any time at 1-800 FL-Legal.
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