Crash on I-95 has hospitalized a man. The man was hit by a vehicle on the shoulder of Interstate 95 in Oakland Park.

According to Broward Sheriff’s Office, a woman lost control of her vehicle and crashed on northbound I-95 at Commercial Boulevard. After the crash she placed a call to her husband and a tow truck.

Her husband and the tow truck driver arrived at the scene only to both be struck by another vehicle.

According to the tow truck driver, Robby Sternberg, he said a vehicle smashed into his truck causing the car that he was towing to flip off of his truck. He said he was tossed into a lane but managed to walk away.

Furthermore, the driver tried to get away but was taken into custody. The suspect is being treated at Broward Health Medical Center in Fort Lauderdale.

The victim was taken to Broward Health North for treatment. His medical condition is unclear.  The woman and the tow truck driver were not hurt.

Investigations into the crash on I-95 have commenced.

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Glen Levine, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash:  “This was a serious accident that led to one man receiving injuries.  This, like many auto accidents, was a complex series of events.  In order to receive the compensation a victim deserves in a crash like this, we hope that they or their family consults with an experienced accident attorney.  You should always have someone on your side to help you through a tragedy like this.”

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