According to the Florida Highway Patrol a person has been hospitalized with life-threatening injuries after being deliberately hit, while driving, by a vehicle in a road rage incident.

Florida Highway Patrol Lt. Alvaro Feola stated that the incident occurred on the exit ramp from southbound Interstate 95 to Copans Road. In a preliminary investigation it was revealed that the victim was deliberately hit by another vehicle but the reason for the attack is still unknown.

The victim hit by the aggressor in the road rage incident was taken to North Broward Medical Center and is currently recovering from multiple severe injuries.

The southbound and northbound ramps to Copans Road from I-95 were closed during the investigation process.

The name of the victim and the person who was in the vehicle are yet to be released by the authorities.

Charges were yet to be filed at the time of filing this report and authorities are investigating the incident.

Comments:

Marc Anidjar, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, commented on the crash:  “This was a serious accident that left a person critically injured during an attack on the highway. We hope the victim has a speedy recovery. These kinds of incidents are not the normal accidents we see on highways and it reminds us to always stay vigilant no matter where we are. Even minor accidents can cause serious damage and this kind of intentional impact can lead to major personal injuries. Please do not hesitate to seek aid from professionals who know what to do in tragic events like this one.”

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