Opa-Locka, FL (January 27, 2019) - Police and rescue workers responded to a serious crash in Opa-Locka on Saturday, January 26th. The crash took place on Northwest 135th Street and 27th Avenue around 4:30 am.
The Opa-Locka Police along with the Miami-Dade Fire Rescue were present at the scene. Officers say that one car's front tires and bumper were severed from the vehicle in the impact of the crash. The car's tires were seen wrapped around a tree. EMS workers transported the injured victims to a local hospital. All are listed in stable condition with injuries which are not believed to be life-threatening.
There is no word on what caused the crash to occur and none of those involved have been identified.
Car accidents take place in Florida about every 92 seconds. Accidents are happening on our streets and roadways constantly on a daily basis. While everyone should take basic safety precautions and follow traffic laws, some crashes are simply unavoidable. Injury accidents are also inevitable. When you have been hurt in a crash that was not your fault, it is normal to feel apprehensive and frustrated. You may wonder how you will pay your medical bills and when your life will resume back to normal following the crash.
At Rubenstein Law, we are here to help you as you walk along the path to recovery. Our team of skilled Florida car accident lawyers can help you obtain the compensation you need to pay your medical bills and offset your lost wages. We will advocate zealously for your rights when you have been the victim of another motorist's negligence.
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