The driver of a vehicle is fighting for his life after a tragic accident on Northwest Seventh Avenue near Northwest 103rd Street in Miami.

Authorities say a man was critically injured in a crash after his car was struck by an 800-pound boulder that flew off a commercials vehicle. The tragic accident happened on Northwest Seventh Avenue near Northwest 103rd Street in Miami. Police say the driver of the car was northbound when the boulder became dislodged from the commercial vehicle and fell on the Toyota Avalon.

Paramedics were seen at the crash site administering first aid to the man before he was transported to a local hospital. Authorities say it took four firefighters to move the rock.

State Troopers said the accident serves as an important reminder for vehicles to make sure the load your are transporting are secured.

Police continue to investigate the crash.

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Marc Anidjar, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash:  “If you’ve been hurt and have damages to your vehicle by debris falling off a trucker that was negligent you will be entitled to compensation.  In this case a man was seriously due to the trucking company and/or the driver of the truck.  We hope all involved reach out to an experienced car crash attorney that can help them through this process.”

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