One Person Seriously Injured In Miami-Dade Accident On 103rd St.

A crash in Miami-Dade leaves a person seriously injured. The crash is being investigated by officials.

In a report released by the officials, the crash happened at the intersection of 103rd Street and Northeast Second Avenue. The driver of a Sport Utility Vehicle had entered the path of another driver.

The investigation revealed  two vehicles were involved and had collided with each other, ejecting one of the drivers from the car.

The driver of the car that was ejected was taken to the hospital with severe injuries. Both vehicles were extremely damaged and needed to be towed from the scene.

Police Officers are still investigating and will determine the factors that led to the crash. The names of the parties that were involved in the collision have not been released by the authorities.

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Marc Anidjar, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash:  “This was a serious accident that led to a person sustaining critical injuries through no fault of their own. When motorists are distracted or reckless, they put the lives of others at risk. When a negligent driver causes a crash, he or she could be held accountable for the accident. An injured victim should seek out an experienced accident attorney to help with the collection of compensation for medical care, losses and damages.”

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