Spokesman for Miami Police Department reported that two were hospitalized in a two-car accident on Northwest 2nd Avenue.

The Accident happened on Northwest 2nd Avenue at Little River. Report says a Toyota SUV collided with a GMC SUV, causing critical injuries to the teenage driver of the GMC.

Authorities said the driver of the Toyota SUV was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment. Meanwhile, the teenage driver of the GMC was identified as an 18-year-old female and was transported to the hospital as well.

The Toyota SUV driver reportedly drove off the road, then overcorrected the vehicle, leading to crash. Authorities said he crossed the yellow line and struck the teenager’s SUV. She was reported to be in a critical condition following the accident.

The 24-year-old driver of the Toyota SUV is the only occupant in the car when the accident happened.

No further information is available at the moment. Police are currently investigating the accident.


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