Police said a driver crashed into another car while trying to outrun the red light at the Northwest 19th and 21st Avenue intersection.

A Honda Accord T-boned a Subaru sedan while attempting to outrun the red light at the intersection, witnesses reported. The 30-year-old driver of the Subaru sustained serious injuries and paramedics transported the driver to a nearby hospital.

The Honda driver, a 27-year-old man, and the 53-year-old female passenger also sustained injuries. Paramedics transported them to a nearby hospital. Both cars suffered extensive damage from the collision.

The Police Department has yet to issue a statement pertaining to the crash. The victims medical conditions is reportedly life-threatening, although EMS confirmed the victims were in stable condition while they transported them to the hospital.

Police shut down the intersection for several hours to clear the scene of the accident.

Fort Lauderdale Police continues to investigate the crash.

Comments:

Marc Anidjar, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash. “This is an unfortunate incidence. Our hearts go out to the three victims that were injured in this crash.  It is devastating when someone has been injured as a result of possibly reckless driving.  We hope that the victim’s injuries are not life-threatening and that they have a speedy recovery.  It is also important for those involved to contact an experienced auto accident attorney that knows how to help them through this difficult time.”

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