Police said a woman sustained traumatic injuries and several others suffered serious injuries in a two-car collision on Coral Way.
According to the authorities, the accident happened along Coral Way at the intersection of Southwest 29th Road. A police spokesman confirmed that a Hyundai Elantra and a Ford Taurus were involved in this accident.
It was reported that the Hyundai was headed east on Coral Way when the Ford appeared suddenly. Then the driver in the Hyundai pulled out into the intersection from Southwest 29th Road, police said. This resulted into a fiery accident between the two vehicles.
The Hyundai driver and the passengers were rushed to a nearby hospital in a critical condition. In the Ford, the driver and the passenger were also injured and taken to the hospital. According to EMS, the injured victims are expected to survive.
No charges have been filed yet as the cause of the crash is being investigated by the Police Department. No further information has been made available at the time of reporting this occurrence.
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