Authorities are investigating a head on collision which occurred in Northwest 29th Avenue and 95th Street in Miami and has left a woman critically injured.

According to authorities, officials responded to a crash that happened on Northwest 29th Avenue and 95th Street. Two vehicles, a Toyota Camry and a Chevrolet SUV, were involved in the head on collision.

An eyewitness said the driver of the Chevrolet SUV was driving at a high rate of speed and collided with the Toyota Camry. The Toyota was turning onto 95th Street when the Chevrolet was attempting to pass another vehicle at the same time. 

The driver of the Toyota Camry was trapped inside the vehicle and was extricated by the fire department. She was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. The driver of the Chevy was seriously injured and was also taken to the hospital.

Troopers say more information will be released when the investigation is complete.


Marc Anidjar, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash:  “This was a serious accident that left two people with serious injuries.  Head-on accidents are one of the most dangerous kinds of accidents. This type of accident usually happens because of driver error, meaning they are 100% preventable. Sadly, the innocent victims of these crashes are rendered powerless: often, there’s nothing you can do when an oncoming vehicle is bearing down on you, except brace for impact.  We hope that all involved have a speedy recovery.”

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