Miami, FL (June 28, 2019) - A car crashed into a crowd of people waiting at a bus stop in Miami, leaving two people hospitalized with injuries. The crash took place on Thursday, June 27th, at the intersection of Northwest 27th Avenue and 24th Street.
According to Kiara Delva, Miami Police spokeswoman, a silver Cadillac was crashed into the bus stop in an area where two people were sitting waiting for the bus. Police believe that the Cadillac may have crashed into another car before striking the victims at the bus stop. Both of the injured individuals were taken to a hospital, where they are listed in stable condition. There is no further word on their conditions at this time.
An investigation into the crash is ongoing. There is no further information available at this time.
We are saddened to hear that two innocent people were hurt by the reckless actions of the driver in this case. Over 400,000 car accidents are reported annually in Florida. Many of these accidents will involve negligence on the part of one or more individuals. When innocent victims are hurt due to the negligence of a third party, they may have a claim for compensation under Florida law.
We hope that the injured victims are able to have a speedy and complete recovery. At Rubenstein Law, our Florida car accident attorneys know the damage and devastation that can be left behind following a serious crash. If we can be of assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are here 24/7 and offer free consultations. Call us at 1-800 FL-Legal.
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