A three car traffic accident in Pembroke Pines has left a man seriously injured when the driver of another car lost control of his vehicle.
According to the police, they say the crash happened at the intersection of University Drive and Johnson Street. It was reported that the driver of a Nissan SUV caused the accident. It is possible that he suffered a medical event that led to losing control of his car.
A Dodge Caravan was waiting at the red light when the driver of a Nissan SUV struck his car. This caused his at to crash into Ford Taurus that was inform of him.
The driver of the Dodge was taken to the hospital with critical injuries. The driver of the Ford was treated at the scene for minor injuries. The Nissan driver was transported to the hospital. His condition is unknown.
The investigation still continues. No further details were released.
Marc Anidjar, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash: “This was a serious multi-vehicle accident on I-95. 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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