Woman Causes Six Vehicle Crash After Committing Fraud At Bank In Fort Lauderdale A woman caused a six vehicle crash after committing fraud at a bank in Sunrise in Oakland Park Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale.

A woman caused a six vehicle crash after committing fraud at a bank in Sunrise on Oakland Park Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale.

According to the Sunrise Police, a woman was fleeing Wells Fargo Bank after committing bank fraud when the crash happened.

The crash occurred at Oakland Park Boulevard and Hiatus Road as Officers made an attempt to stop the woman. The police said the initial accident happened at the Wells Fargo Bank Branch at Nob Hill Road and Oakland Park Boulevard. 

As the woman exited the parking lot of the bank she hit a Chevy Monte Carlo.  This caused a chain reaction of several cars crashing into each other.  A separate car accident happened when police attempted to stop the woman at Oakland Park and Hiatus.

One person was transported to the hospital in serious condition.  No other injuries were reported.  Police say the woman was taken into custody. No other details were have been released.


Glen Levine, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash:  “This is an unusual accident here in Broward County that caused one person to be seriously injured. It is very unfortunate that someone that is accused of breaking the law caused such damage to person and property.  We hope all involved consult with an attorney to help answer questions guide the them through the aftermath of this crash.”

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