A car accident at Model City closed both lanes of traffic along a heavily-traveled road on Airport Expressway.

Report says this accident happened in Model City, Miami. The multi-vehicle car accident on Airport Expressway has led to the closure of both the westbound and eastbound lanes.

Upon arrival at the accident scene, crews reportedly found two cars believed to be in the accident. According to their report, one car was smashed in the front end on the west shoulder. The other reportedly flipped over along the west shoulder.

Miami police confirmed one person was killed in the accident.

Traffic along eastbound Airport Expressway was backed up half of a mile, report says. The traffic standstill was ongoing about an hour after the accident.

There was no cause given for the car accident. Miami Police is currently investigating the cause of the accident.

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Glen Levine, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash:  “Our hearts go out to the family of the victim killed in this accident in Miami.  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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