A Texting Driver Causes A Major Accident On NW 22nd St. Miami A major accident Northwest 22nd Avenue has caused a man to be sent to the hospital.

A major accident on Northwest 22nd Avenue has caused a man to be sent to the hospital. The accident is being investigated by the authorities.

According to a report by the authorities, the crash occurred as a result of the driver texting while driving.   The driver was looking at his phone and not the road which caused him to strike the vehicle in front of him. The car he struck was damaged and the driver was hurt because of the crash.  The driver of the car that caused the accident because he was distracted also had to be taken to the hospital for severe injuries.

The crash is being investigated by the authorities.  It was released that the driver that was texting received a citation for texting and driving.  The official accident report has not been released at this time.

The details about the individuals involved in this major accident have not been released by the authorities.


Glen Levine, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash:  “In any distracted driving accident it is also important for the personal injury lawyer to consider the level of fault/liability. In this case, if the driver who caused the crash was texting at the time of the crash, he would be at fault. The driver that was hit would be entitled to compensation for property damage, medical bills, lost wages and possibly for pain and suffering.”

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