Police Officers Injured In Pembroke Pines Chain Reaction Crash

Two police officers were injured while investigating a three-car collision that happened on Pines Boulevard early Sunday morning.

Officials said the accident happened around 2 a.m. in the eastbound lanes near Northwest 136th Avenue.

Two Pembroke Pines police officers were stopped in the road after finishing a traffic stop.

While their emergency lights were on the driver of a Toyota slammed into one of those marked vehicles causing a chain reaction crash.

While the two officers were not inside those vehicles they still suffered minor injuries from flying debris.

The driver of the Toyota had to be cut out of his car along with a female passenger.

Both were taken to Memorial Regional Hospital for treatment with the crash scene eventually clearing hours later.

Comment from Anidjar and Levine:

Marc Anidjar, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash. “Two police officers were injured in this unfortunate accident near Northwest 136th Avenue. When you are harmed by a negligent driver in a vehicle crash, it is important to contact a lawyer who has experience in handling motor vehicle accident cases. The process of collecting damages from the party at fault is often complicated; however, our firm has the experience needed to navigate these types of claims.”

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