Three-Car Accident On Northwest 61st Street Injured Five

According to the accident report, a 38-year-old woman drove her Subaru SUV the wrong way on Northwest 61st Street, causing a three-car accident.

The report says Emergency Medical Services arrived at the scene of the accident shortly after it happened. According to the report, the drivers of the first two cars involved are in a traumatic condition. Each of these cars had a passenger who also sustained severe injuries.  EMS added that the driver of the third car is the sole occupant and he sustained injuries also.

It was reported that the wrong-way accident happened along Northwest 61st Street. The SUV driver drove into the opposite lane and collided with a car. These two cars crashed into another car before coming to a standstill.

An eyewitness, who was driving behind the SUV said the crash happened so quickly. She said that SUV struck the oncoming car and another car drove into the crash.

All the victims of the accident were taken to a nearby hospital while the police are still investigating the crash. No charges have been filed yet.

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Glen Levine, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash:  “This was is an unfortunate accident here in Miami that appears to have been caused by a driver that failed to maintain vehicle control. We hope that all involved consult with experienced attorneys that can help them through this difficult situation.”

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