Miami, FL (November 21, 2020) - Three people sustained injuries following a car accident on Friday in Miami. The crash took on the Venetian Causeway.
According to officials, a sedan was traveling westbound along the Causeway when the driver lost control of his vehicle and traveled onto private property. The car continued on and collided with trees, before traveling through a yard and striking a house. The vehicle came to rest in the front yard of the house and later caught on fire, becoming engulfed in flames. The driver was transported to a nearby hospital in critical condition while two passengers were taken to the Ryder Trauma Center with serious injuries. They are listed in stable condition. No other vehicles were involved in the accident.
An investigation is ongoing at this time. Police believe that that speed may have played a role in the crash. There are no additional details available.
A Florida car accident can be a dangerous and life-altering event for victims. According to statistics published by NHTSA, car accidents in Florida take place about once every 92 seconds. This means that all drivers are constantly at risk of being involved in a crash. For those that are involved, there is a greater than 50% chance of being injured. Many of these crashes will be caused by the negligent actions of other motorists, resulting in injuries and death for innocent drivers and passengers.
Our thoughts go out to those affected by this Miami car accident. We hope that the injured victims are able to make a complete recovery.
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