Police reported that a motorcyclist and passenger were injured in an accident with a pickup truck on North Miami Avenue.
The official report states that the accident involved a motorcycle and a pickup truck in Miami. The motorcyclist and his passenger were heading south on North Miami Avenue when the accident happened.
The motorcycle was reportedly struck by a Honda pickup truck, driven by a 33-year-old man from El Portal. The truck driver triggered the crash when he drove his vehicle into the path of the motorcycle.
Officials said the pickup driver failed to yield to the motorcyclist, who had the right of way at the time of the crash. The driver of the motorcycle and the passenger on board both were seriously injured after being thrown off their bike from the impact. EMS arrived and rushed them both to a nearby hospital for treatment. The driver of the pickup truck didn’t sustain any injuries.
The police say the accident remains under investigation. No further details have been released to the public at the time of this report.
Marc Anidjar, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash: “This accident that happened between a motorcycle and a pickup truck led to casualties with two injuries. Motorcycle accidents are one of the most common crashes that are caused by drivers not being attentive while behind the wheel. We wish those involved a quick recovery. We advise drivers to drive with caution and to always look out for motorcycles and bicycles at all times.”
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