Miami Beach, FL (February 6, 2019) – One person was killed on Tuesday, February 5th when a vehicle crashed into a wall in Miami Beach. The Miami Beach Police responded to 71 Street and Rue Vendome in reference to the single-vehicle crash.
There were two occupants inside the vehicle when the collision occurred. One person was transported to Ryder Trauma Center at Jackson Memorial Hospital. A second person died at the scene. The deceased individual was not identified by authorities. There is also no update on the condition of the injured victim.
Police have not released any details on what might have caused the crash. Motorists experienced delays along 71 Street in the aftermath of the collision while officers worked to clear the scene.
This year alone, there will be about 400,000 car accident reported in Florida. Many of these crashes will involve single vehicles. In a single vehicle crash, innocent passengers and others, such as pedestrians, can be harmed in the process. Anyone who has been a victim of a crash that is not their fault will have a legal right to receive compensation from the responsible driver. Police will continue to look into this incident in order to determine how it occurred.
If you or a loved one have sustained injuries in a Florida car accident, you have important legal rights that should be protected. You have the right to receive compensation for your injuries, including your medical bills and pain and suffering caused by the crash.
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