Islamorada, FL (June 2, 2019) - An accident along US-1 resulted in traffic delays and injuries on Saturday, June 1st. The crash occurred near mile marker 77.5 around 11:00 a.m.
Both directions of travel on US-1 were temporarily blocked as a result of the accident. There is no word on what caused the crash to take place or the number of vehicles involved. When authorities arrived, they decided to call in a TraumaStar air ambulance to transport at least one of the injured crash victims to a nearby hospital for treatment. The road remained closed until it was re-opened around 2:00 p.m.
No further details were immediately released.
We hope that anyone affected by this crash in Islamorada is able to have a complete recovery from their injuries. Car accidents take place in an instant and can change your life forever. Even if you are acting appropriately and obeying all traffic laws and regulations, a negligent driver can cause a crash that can result in serious injuries. Suddenly, you are facing expensive medical bills, physical pain, and a possible limitation on the activities you can perform on a daily basis.
During these times, you need a team of tough and experienced attorneys who can stand up for you and help you get the compensation you need for your recovery. At Rubenstein Law, our Florida personal injury attorneys have recovered over a billion dollars for our clients since we first began serving Floridians in 1988.
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