Lighthouse Point, FL (September 13, 2020) - Four people were injured following a crash in Lighthouse Point on Saturday, September 12th. The accident was reported around 12:45 p.m. on Northeast 36th Street near North Federal Highway.
According to police, a Toyota Camry and a convertible collided with one another near the intersection. The Camry sustained extensive damage to its front and passenger side. Rescue crews took the four injured victims to Broward Health North. Their conditions were not immediately known following the accident. The identities of those involved have not been released and there is no information on how the crash occurred. Both cars were towed from the scene.
An investigation is ongoing at this time. There is no further information available.
Car accidents in Florida take place about every 92 seconds. This means that all drivers on the roadways in our state are at risk of being involved in a crash at any given time. It is easy to take this for granted and feel a false sense of security when we are inside a vehicle. Given the statistics and the number of negligent drivers on our roadways, it is important to always take all precautions to reduce the risk of a crash.
Our thoughts are with the injured victims in this Lighthouse Point car accident. We hope for their complete and speedy recoveries.
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