Miami Beach, FL (March 5, 2019) - A landscaper working in Miami Beach was critically injured after he was struck by a car on Tuesday, March 5th.
Around 11:30 a.m., police were called to the intersection of 53rd Street and Alton Road in reference to a collision. There, officers say that a lawn maintenance worker was riding along the center median of the roadway when he was struck by a vehicle. The worker sustained critical injuries in the crash and was transported to Jackson Memorial Hospital with serious injuries. He has since been listed in critical condition.
The driver of the vehicle that struck the landscaper was not identified. The vehicle remained on scene following the crash and cooperated with officers.
The landscaper's name has not been released at this time. No further details are available.
We wish to extend our thoughts to the landscaper injured in this accident, with the hopes that he will receive the medical attention necessary to make a complete recovery.
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