Two people were injured after a head-on crash in Miami’s Allapattah’s neighborhood along Northwest 36th Street, authorities said.
It was reported that the accident happened along Northwest 36th Street near Northwest 19th Avenue in Miami.
According to a spokesman for the Miami Police Department, the driver of a silver car swerved into oncoming traffic and struck a dark gray Toyota in the process. The spokesman for the Miami Police Department was identified as Michael Vega.
Report says paramedics transported both drivers to Jackson Memorial Hospital. The driver of the silver car was listed in critical condition while the woman, who drove the Toyota, had minor injuries according to press report.
Authorities advised people to take an alternate route as a portion of Northwest 36th Street near the crash was closed for several hours as police investigated. The street was reopened few hours later.
Vega said it’s not yet known whether the driver was under the influence or driving while distracted. He also confirmed that the accident is still under investigation.
Marc Anidjar, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash: “If you’ve been injured and have damages to your vehicle by debris falling off a trucker that was negligent you will be entitled to compensation. In this case a man was seriously due to the trucking company and/or the driver of the truck. We hope all involved reach out to an experienced car crash attorney that can help them through this process.”
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