Miami, FL (October 2, 2019) – A City of Miami police officer was airlifted following a crash in Hialeah. The crash took place around 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 1st.
Police responded to the scene at the intersection of West 28th Avenue and 72nd Place. According to reports from the Hialeah Fire Rescue, the officer was riding a motorcycle and collided with a Cadillac Escalade SUV. A rescue helicopter was called to the scene to airlift the 27-year-old officer to the trauma center at Jackson Memorial Hospital. The officer was reported in stable condition with a head injury. The Escalade driver was not injured.
Police are still investigating the crash and it is unknown what charges, if any, will be filed as a result of the accident.
We hope that the officer injured in this crash in Hialeah makes a complete recovery from his injuries.
A reportable accident takes place in Florida about every 92 seconds. Traffic accidents happen suddenly and unexpectedly and can leave victims in a very vulnerable position. In a matter of seconds, your life can be completely changed as a result of the injuries suffered in a crash. You may be unable to work and perform certain activities that you performed prior to the accident. As your medical bills continue to pile up, you will need legal assistance to help you handle your claim.
Our Florida car accident attorneys at Rubenstein Law will be there for you in the aftermath of an accident. We have helped injured victims receive compensation since 1988. Our team will fight hard to hold all negligent drivers accountable for their actions.
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