According to Miami Police, one person in a critical condition has been hospitalized after an accident between a motorcycle and a vehicle on South Dixie Highway.
Miami Police Department reported that a motorcycle and a Chevrolet collided on South Dixie Highway.
It was reported that the driver of the Chevrolet was traveling above the speed limit when the accident happened. He was trying to change lanes to pass the motorcycle when he clipped the rear tire of the bike. This caused the motorcycle driver to lose control and flip off of the motorcycle, police said.
Authorities reported that the motorcyclist, who was in his 30’s, sustained serious injuries from the crash incidence. He has been transported to a nearby hospital for treatment. It was reported that he was transported to a nearby hospital in critical condition.
According to reports, the driver of the Chevy was not injured.
Police say, South Dixie Highway going eastbound will be shut down to allow crews to clear the debris from the site. Motorists are advised to avoid the area.
Police are still investigating and charges are pending against the driver of the Chevy car.
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