Miami, FL (July 14, 2019) – A motorcyclist sustained injuries after a crash that involved two vehicles in the Allapattah neighborhood. The crash happened around 3:00 a.m. on Saturday, July 13th.
Police report that the motorcyclist was traveling eastbound on Northwest 36th Street, near Northwest 17th Avenue. The motorcycle collided with two cars at the intersection, including an SUV. The motorcycle initially rear-ended the SUV before being pushed into oncoming traffic and striking another vehicle.
Miami Fire Rescue arrived and transported the motorcyclist to Ryder Trauma Center. He is listed in critical but stable condition. Authorities have not released his identity at this time.
The road remained closed for several hours as detectives worked at the scene. The crash is still under investigation.
Florida is home to many motorcycle riders. With a warm-weather climate, many motorcyclists like to ride year-round in our state. While motorcycle riding can be fun and enjoyable, it can also be dangerous and deadly. An estimated 80% of motorcycle crashes involve injuries, many of which are serious. Although there are certain precautions that motorcyclists can take, the risk of catastrophic injury is very real any time there is a motorcycle crash.
Many motorcyclists are not at fault when they are involved in traffic crashes. If you or a loved have been hurt in a Florida motorcycle accident, the attorneys at Rubenstein Law can help evaluate your claim to see if you are able to obtain compensation.
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