Miami Shores, FL (June 10, 2019) - A crash left one person dead and another injured on Sunday, June 9th. The wreck occurred at the intersection of Northeast 103rd Street and Third Avenue.
According to a witness, two cars were involved in the crash, which took place around 4:00 a.m. The sound of the collision awakened many area residents. Following the crash, one of the cars burst into flames after hitting a tree. One of the crash victims died, while the other was taken to Ryder Trauma Center. There is no word on that victim's condition at this time. Police have not identified those involved in the crash.
The Miami-Dade Police are investigating the accident at this time.
A car accident takes place in Florida every 92 seconds. Each time a person gets behind the wheel of a car, they are placing their health and safety at risk. They are not only a risk to themselves but also at risk of all other drivers on the roadway. When a third party causes a crash, there is often an innocent victim who receives serious or fatal injuries as a result of the crash. This type of negligence happens daily on Florida's roadways.
At Rubenstein Law, we understand that a car accident can change your life instantly. In many cases, you are not at fault but are still forced to deal with the consequences. This can be a very troubling and upsetting realization. Our Florida car accident attorneys are here to assist you through this difficult time and to help you recover for your injuries.
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