Officer Injured In A Car Accident In Miami

Miami Police Department has reported that a double-vehicle collision has left a police officer and several others with injuries.

According to Miami Police Officers, the crash happened at the intersection of Northwest 46th Street and North Miami Avenue. This accident involved two vehicles.

It was reported that the officer was responding to a disturbance in the area when he was involved in the accident. Reports say the officer was heading eastbound and the other vehicle was heading northbound when they collided at the intersection. Authorities said, the exact cause of the collision has yet to be determined.

Eyewitnesses said, the collision left the officer with injuries. EMS arrived and stated that the occupants in the second vehicle all experienced injuries as well.  The exact number of people in the second car has not been reported yet. The condition of the victims was also not reported yet.

The accident and its contributing factors are still under investigation. No further information has been released to the public at the time of this report.


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