The driver of a gold Buick was responsible for a crash in front of a home at 1731 NW 34th Street in Lauderhill which caused serious injuries to the rider of a scooter.

According to Lauderhill Fire Department officials, a gold Buick struck a scooter and crashed into two other vehicles. An eyewitness identified as Norman Walker said, the driver of the vehicle ran a stop sign before crashing into the scooter. The driver hit a light pole, struck a tree and hit the man on the scooter before hitting a black car and then crashed into a truck.

Authorities say the man was thrown several feet from the scooter and was taken to Broward Health Medical Center in serious condition. The driver fled the scene after the crash but left the front bumper behind. Eyewitnesses tried to restrain the man until police arrived but were not successful.

Police say the driver of the vehicle was wearing a green traffic vest and had bumps and bruises after he was beaten by another eyewitness.

The crash remains an active investigation.


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