A driver was injured in a fiery crash on University Drive and McNab Road in Broward. The cause of the crash is under investigation.
An eye-witness said he was at work at a nearby Shell gas station when the crash occurred in which one of the vehicles went up in flames.
According to the Tamarac Fire Rescue Spokeswoman, Van Schoen said the car caught fire after a car rear-ended the vehicle.
As a result, Police arrived at the scene about five minutes after the accident occurred. The roads were blocked and the firefighters were able to manage the whole situation. Firefighters used a hose to extinguish the flames while deputies were at the scene controlling traffic. However, the car was eventually towed and the road has since reopened. The driver of the car that went up in flames was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. The other driver was uninjured. No other details were released.
Glen Levine, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash: “This was a serious accident where someone could have been seriously injured at no fault of their own. We advise everyone to always drive with caution and to use a seat belt whenever they are in any vehicle. It is always a good idea to seek professional legal help following any accident.”
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