Authorities reported a motorcycle involved crash on Southwest 10th Street and Waterways Boulevard in Broward that left two people injured.

According to the news release by the authorities, the crash happened after the rider of a Suzuki Sport motorcycle sideswiped a Hyundai Sedan. The rider of the motorcycle was traveling at a high rate of speed and weaving in and out of traffic. He hit the side of a 1999 Honda Civic and was sent airborne across the hood of the vehicle. His motorcycle then hit a third car driven by a 30-year-old woman.

Paramedics arrived to the scene of the crash and administered first aid to the victims. Two critical injuries were reported. Both the rider of the motorcycle and the driver of the third car were critically injured and were taken to the hospital. The driver of the Hyundai was not injured but his vehicle was damaged.

The crash remains an active investigation.

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Glen Levine, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash:  “This was a serious accident that was caused by a reckless motorcyclist according to authorities.  We wish those involved a quick recovery from an accident that could have been avoided. We advise drivers of all vehicles to drive with caution.  We also hope that the victims and their families reach out to an experienced crash attorney to help them through these troubling times.”

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