North Miami, FL (November 25, 2018) - Two children and an adult were hurt in a crash on I-95 in North Miami. The accident happened on Saturday, November 24th around 8:25 am.
The Miami-Dade Police and the Florida Highway Patrol both responded to the crash scene in the northbound lanes of the highway. Upon arrival, they discovered that a silver Lexus SUV had skidded into the grass area of the roadway. The Lexus sustained significant damage in the crash. One child was ejected from the vehicle during the impact. The child was taken to Ryder Trauma Center. Another child was taken to the hospital with injuries that were not life-threatening.
There is no word on how the crash occurred and no further information is available at this time.
In 2017, over 250,000 people were injured in Florida car accidents. Accidents occur for a variety of reasons but most are related to some sort of human or mechanical error. In cases where one driver is hurt due to another's negligence, the law provides the injured victims with a remedy. Innocent accident victims can seek to recover money for pain and suffering, medical bills and lost wages.
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