20-Year-Old Critically Injured In A Car Pursuit By Deputies On Northwest 186th Street In Miami

Authorities say a 20-year-old man was ejected and critically injured when a Honda Civic driven by a 20-year-old swerved off the road and overturned while being chased by the law enforcement in Miami.

According to the authorities, the driver of the Honda Civic was traveling at a high rate of speed on Northwest 186th Street and Northeast 57th Avenue in Miami while being pursued by law enforcement. The crash happened when the driver lost control and struck a wooden sign and a fire Hydrant. The passenger in the Honda Civic was ejected out of the vehicle.

Emergency rescue personnel arrived at the scene of the accident. The passenger was taken to the hospital with critical injuries. The driver of the car sustained minor injuries.

Troopers say the driver faces charges of driving without license and reckless driving. The names of the individuals involved in the accident have not been released.

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Glen Levine, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash:  “This was a serious accident that appears could have been avoided.  We encourage all involved to quickly reach out to experienced legal councel to help guide them through the long and difficult process that follows a situation like this.”

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