St. Lucie County, FL (March 8, 2019) - One person was critically hurt and another sustained injuries in a two-car rollover crash that took place on US-1 Friday, March 8th.
Fire and rescue crews responded to the scene on the highway, near the overpass on Huber Drive, just after 6:00 a.m. Three cars were ultimately involved in the crash. A white sedan with heavy front-end damage was on the scene, along with an SUV that had rolled over onto its side. Two people were taken to a local hospital for treatment of injuries sustained in the crash. One person suffered major injuries and was listed in critical condition. No details were given regarding the cause of the accident.
The names of those involved were not immediately available and no additional details have been released.
We are saddened to hear of this rollover crash in St. Lucie County and wish those involved expeditious recoveries. Car accidents are reported about every 92 seconds in Florida. Rollover crashes can have severe and devastating impacts on crash victims. A rollover crash is usually caused by some type of driver negligence, including speeding or overcorrecting from a prior driving mistake. The cause of this crash remains to be seen but will be established pending further investigation.
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