A crash near Atlantic Boulevard and Spring Forest caused a gridlock while law enforcement investigated the accident.
The crash near Atlantic Boulevard happened when a speeding truck ran into a car carrying three riders. Law enforcement did not know why the truck crashed into the car at the time of this report.
All of the occupants in the car received injuries and were taken to the hospital where they could be treatment. The current condition of the victims is not known and EMS would only say that they did sustain serious injuries.
The driver of the truck sustained only minor injuries and was also taken to the hospital.
Emergency crews were present at the scene of the crash helping to administer first aid and to transport the victims to the hospital. They were also seen helping to clear the wreckage and debris from Atlantic Boulevard so that traffic could resume as normal following the gridlock caused by the accident.
No other information was released to the public and the cause of the crash is still being investigated by law enforcement officials.
Marc Anidjar, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, commented on the crash: “This serious accident that led to multiple people sustaining serious injuries at no fault of their own. We wish the injured victims a quick recovery. This was a major accident but we want to remind the public that even minor ones can cause major pain and injuries. We hope the victims get the professional medical and legal help they need and deserve.”
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