Miami Police Department reported that three people were severely injured following a fiery accident on Northwest 37th Avenue.
Spokesman for the Miami Police Department said the accident happened on Northwest 37th Avenue. Reports say a 53-year-old woman, driving a 2010 Toyota Camry, failed to maintain control of her car near Northwest 14th Terrace.
The Toyota swerved in the opposite lane and sideswiped a Hyundai coming southbound of Northwest 37th Avenue.
The Hyundai was driven by a 22-year-old man. Two passengers were also occupying the vehicle, police said. It was further reported that the Camry pushed the Hyundai onto the shoulder of the road.
Upon arrival at the scene of the crash, EMS extricate the driver of the Hyundai and the two passengers. All three people in the Hyundai were injured and transported to a nearby hospital. The driver of the Camry was not injured in the crash.
Authorities are investigating the crash. No other details has been made available to the press.
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