Lantana, FL (September 13, 2019) - A woman suffered serious injuries after her vehicle was struck by another vehicle in Lantana on Thursday, September 12th. The crash occurred at the intersection of Ocean and Broadway.
According to reports, three people were inside a stolen vehicle when they were involved in a violent crash with another car. The impact of the crash sent both vehicles into the front yard of a nearby home. The occupants of the stolen vehicle fled the scene following the crash before carjacking another vehicle. A woman in the other car involved in the accident was taken to a hospital for treatment of serious injuries. She has not been identified at this time and there is no further update on her condition.
Traffic homicide detectives with the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office were on scene along with the Lantana Police Department. There is no word on whether the occupants of the stolen vehicle have been apprehended at this time.
Our thoughts are with the woman who was hurt in this very unfortunate Lantana car accident.
Negligent and reckless driving is occurring at any given time in our state. Unfortunately, some motorists on the road have little regard for the law as well as the safety of others. This often leads to vehicle crashes with the serious results that we see here. Ultimately, the driver and those in the stolen vehicle should be held legally responsible for their actions.
At Rubenstein Law, we understand what you are going through following a serious crash. You are likely experiencing a range of emotions including frustration and anxiety about your future as you continue to recover from your injuries. We are here for you. Our team of Florida car accident attorneys can help you in any type of situation, even if the other driver is never located.
To speak with us for your free consultation and case evaluation, please call us any time at 1-800 FL-Legal.
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