Miami Beach, FL (April 15, 2019) - A driver was responsible for two crashes that left four people injured over the weekend according to police. The crashes took place on Sunday, April 14th.
The initial collision was a hit-and-run at the intersection of Lincoln Road and Collins Avenue. The driver involved in the crash left the scene and headed towards 15th Street and Collins where he caused a second accident. The second accident involved an SUV, a three-wheeled scooter, and a white sedan. As a result of the crashes, a total of four people were hospitalized and Jackson Memorial Hospital and Mount Sinai Hospital. There is no word on the extent of injuries sustained.
Police were on scene looking into both accidents and there is no word on any charges at this time. The victims have not been identified.
In Florida, reportable accidents occur approximately every 92 seconds. Crashes happen in an instant and have the ability to greatly impact your life. In the aftermath of a crash you may be facing high medical bills, time off of work and mounting stress as your situation takes months and even years to improve. Many injuries are long-lasting and may be permanent.
During this time, it is important that you are appropriately compensated. At Rubenstein Law, our Florida car accident attorneys will have your back when you have been a victim of another driver's negligence. We are available to take your call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For your free consultation, please contact us at 1-800 FL-Legal.
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