Authorities reported a car accident along North Dixie Highway in Broward that sent a man to the hospital with severe injuries.
According to officials, the crash happened along North Dixie Highway, between Northwest First Street and West Hallandale Beach Boulevard. A Dodge Ram lost control of his truck and slammed into the a window of a flower shop.
Police said one man inside of the flower shop was seriously injured and rushed to the hospital. He had sustained severe injuries. The driver of the Dodge sustained minor injuries and was treated at the scene.
Authorities are investigating the cause of the crash. At this time it is unknown what the truck lost control. It was suggested that alcohol might be a factor. The details of the victim who was rushed to the hospital have not been released by the officials. No other details were immediately released.
Glen Levine, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash: “This was a serious accident in Hallandale Beach. When one of your family members is injured and they receive extensive damage to their car or truck from a crash, they need to have an experienced attorney on their side to represent them. At our firm we do everything possible to canvas the accident scene, look for private video footage, and question local residents and commuters. This is all conducted quickly to establish fault in the crash. Our hearts go out to the victims that received injuries in this crash. We wish all involved a speedy recovery.”
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