Report says a driver was killed and another was rushed to the hospital after a pickup truck slammed into a car in a Northeast Miami-Dade neighborhood with such force that the smaller vehicle ended up severed in half.
The violent collision took place at the intersection of Ives Dairy Road and Northeast 10th Avenue, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.
According to the report, the driver of a blue Dodge Challenger was going east on Ives Dairy Road just as the driver of a white Ford F-150 was heading west. When the driver of the truck made a left turn at the stoplight onto Northeast 10th Avenue, the two vehicles collided. This collision in Northeast Miami-Dade caused the Challenger to crash into a light pole and split in two.
Miami-Dade Fire Rescue crews responded shortly after and pronounced the driver of the Challenger dead at the scene. Meanwhile, the surviving motorist was transported to an area hospital with minor injuries.
It was reported that the mangled Charger has been loaded onto a flatbed truck and towed from the scene.
Authorities have not specified who was at fault, as they continue to investigate.
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