It has been reported that police are carrying out an investigation after a passenger was killed in an accident in Northwest Miami-Dade.
The incident occurred near Northwest 27th Avenue and 38th Street, the police report says.
According to witnesses, the driver of the black sedan was reportedly traveling on 38th Street, then tried to make a turn when the accident happened. The sedan careened with the tire of the tractor trailer and spun out, which led to the ejection of the passenger in the sedan, witnesses accounted.
The female passenger was ejected from a black sedan after it collided with a tractor trailer. She was found by Miami-Dade Fire rescue as they responded to the scene. The rescue team pronounced her dead at the scene of the crash.
Report says, Miami-Dade police shut down 27th Avenue in both directions at Northwest 36th Street and 41st Street for few hours.
An adult male has been transported to an area hospital in unknown condition.
Police are investigating what caused the fatal crash as they try to determine if speed may have played a factor in the crash.
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