Martin County, FL (November 24, 2018) - A rollover crash in Martin County left two people injured. The crash happened on Friday, November 23rd around 6:30 am.
At that time, the Martin County Sheriff's Office was called to Southwest Bobcat Drive, near Southwest 96th Street. When deputies arrived, they found a white car that had been involved in a vehicle rollover. The car sustained heavy damage in the incident. At least two people in the vehicle suffered injuries in the crash, although the nature and extent of injuries are unknown at this time.
The roadway remained partially blocked until approximately 10:00 Friday. There is no word on what caused the crash to occur as police continue to investigate.
A reportable accident takes place about every 92 seconds in Florida. Rollover crashes are especially dangerous and can lead to serious injuries or even death. A rollover crash occurs for many reasons, including speeding, colliding with another vehicle or some vehicle defect such as a tire problem that causes the driver to lose control. In this crash, we do not have enough information to say what caused the rollover. Our thoughts are with the injured victims.
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