One Critically Injured In Crash Along US Highway 1 In Fort Lauderdale A driver was critically injured in a crash along U.S.

A driver was critically injured in a crash along U.S. Highway 1 in Fort Lauderdale.

According to authorities, a two vehicle crash occurred on US Hwy 1 near Northeast 33rd Court. Officials say that one of the drivers lost control and entered into the opposite lanes of the highway and collided head on with another vehicle.

Law enforcement authorities did not give the reason that the first driver lost control of his vehicle. 

EMS crews were seen arriving shortly after the crash. The driver who was hit sustained critical injuries and was taken to the hospital for prompt medical attention.

Meanwhile, due to the crash along U.S. Highway 1, lanes were shut down to allow police to investigated but all lanes have since reopened and normal activities have resumed.

Officials have not disclosed the names of the parties involved in the accident. No further details were released by the authorities at the time of this report.


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