Authorities are investigating a Fort Lauderdale accident when a semi-truck collided with another car that was carrying a pregnant woman and a driver.
Police said the crash happened on FL-811 near Northeast 56th Street. The driver of a tractor trailer allegedly crossed the center line and side-swiped another car that was carrying a pregnant woman.
The driver of the tractor trailer did not suffer injuries, however, his passenger sustained minor injuries. The pregnant woman sustained critical injuries. First emergency responders airlifted her to the nearest trauma medical center. EMS transported the woman’s driver to a local hospital.
Officials have commenced a thorough investigation into the crash. At this time, police have not released the names or any additional information regarding the parties involved in the crash.
Marc Anidjar, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash: “This is an unfortunate accident involving several adults including a pregnant woman. In our office, after an accident like this, we would typically assign or hire an investigator. This investigator would to go to the scene to try and collect evidence. They can canvass the area to see if any local business has security cameras that may have caught the accident within the angle of view of the security system. This should all be done as soon as possible after the accident to insure that the guilty driver takes responsibility for their actions. Our sympathies to the bicycle rider who was injured it this terrible crash and we hope she has a swift recovery..”
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