Miami, FL (January 20, 2019) - A crash involving a car and a box truck on Saturday, January 19th left two people hospitalized in Miami. The crash was first reported around 5:30 am at the intersection of Northwest Fifth Street and Third Court.
The City of Miami Police, along with fire crews were called to the scene in reference to the collision. The box truck rolled over as a result of the impact while the car suffered extensive damage. Two victims were transported to Ryder Trauma Center with serious injuries. There was no immediate update on their condition nor any word on whether they were in the truck or the car. No details were provided on which driver might have been at fault for the crash.
Speed was considered to be a factor in the collision. An investigation is ongoing.
A reportable crash takes place about every 92 seconds in our state. The odds of being involved in an accident are unfortunately quite high. When you have been injured in a Florida car accident, you may have more questions than you have answers. While your medical bills are piling up and you are missing work, you could wonder if your life will ever be the same.
Fortunately, you have important legal rights to protect you during this time. At Rubenstein Law, our Florida car accident attorneys will be there for you as you go through your recovery. We will help in obtaining the compensation you need to make yourself whole in the aftermath of an injury accident. For a free consultation, please call us at 1-800 FL-Legal.
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