Lauderdale Lakes, FL (December 29, 2018) - Two people sustained injuries when a truck collided with several parked vehicles on Friday, December 28th. The crash happened around 11:30 am in the 3000 block of Northwest 48th Street.
The Broward County Sheriff's Office responded to the crash scene. Following an investigation, deputies were able to determine that the driver of the truck lost control and crashed into the vehicles at the Cypress Chase condominium. Both the driver of the truck and one person inside the parked vehicles sustained injuries and were transported to Broward Health Medical Center. The injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.
As of Friday evening, debris remained at the scene. The police investigation is ongoing, and no further information has been released.
A car accident is reported every 92 seconds in Florida. When you have been injured in an accident, your first and most important focus should be on your recovery. In the days and weeks following the crash, you should seek to obtain the best possible medical treatment for your injuries. Obtaining treatment as soon as possible helps ensure that your injuries will not linger. Additionally, delays in treatment may affect the value of your case as the insurance adjuster assigned to your claim may think that you were not legitimately hurt in the crash.
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