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Car Split In Half Kills One Teen, Critically Injures Another

Posted: September 5th, 2018 | Categories: Car Accident

A crash which happened on Tuesday morning in Southwest Miami Dade has taken the life of one high school senior. A second senior classman from Homestead Senior High School was also critically injured in the accident and had to be airlifted to Kendall Regional Medical Center. According to a story that appeared on the CBS Miami affiliate website, the vehicle that the teens were in a vehicle that was split … Read More »

Two Dead In I-75 Crash

Posted: August 29th, 2018 | Categories: Car Accident

The state of Florida has seen more than 250,000 traffic incidents so far in 2018. So far there have been more than 159,000 of those which have resulted in injury and more than 1,800 deaths. Unfortunately, there will now be two more fatalities can be added to the total number of deaths for this year. According to a story that was reported on the CBS local station in Miami, a … Read More »

Officer Injured In Overnight Crash

Posted: August 15th, 2018 | Categories: In The News

It’s no secret that anyone can be hurt in an accident at any time – including those brave men and women who are there to help ensure the public safe. Such a scenario unfolded in Miami when a police officer was injured in an accident that happened in North Miami Beach Thursday, August 9th. According to a story appearing on the CBS Miami local website, the crash happened at the … Read More »

Officers On The Hunt For Hit And Run Driver

Posted: August 8th, 2018 | Categories: Car Accident

It seems unfathomable that anyone could hit another person and drive away from the scene of the accident. Even though getting into such an unfortunate situation may trigger the natural instinct to fight or flee, it should be resisted at all costs. To avoid facing the most serious charges, if someone hits a pedestrian, bicyclist, or even another vehicle, it is required that they stay at the scene of the … Read More »

Stolen Pickup Truck Leads To Fatal Accident

Posted: July 24th, 2018 | Categories: In The News

No one can truly know when an accident will happen or what the circumstances surrounding an accident might be. Most drivers set out and take adequate protections to remain safe. Unfortunately, even with safety in mind, they can still be involved in a crash that causes injuries it will be.  Even if a driver takes every precaution to remain safe, through no fault of their own, they can still be … Read More »

Two Accidents Involve A Dozen Cars, But No Injuries!

Posted: July 18th, 2018 | Categories: Car Accident

A multi-car crash can be terrifying and even deadly.  On Monday, July 9th, two consecutive morning accidents caused by one driver resulted between 10 -12 vehicles involved in the accident. Almost miraculously, there were no fatalities or live threatening injuries that happened as a result. In a news story that appeared on the CBS local station in Miami’s website, it was reported that at least two women had to be taken … Read More »

Driver Goes On Rampage Through Wal-Mart Chasing Couple

Posted: July 12th, 2018 | Categories: Car Accident

Almost everyone knows that they can happen anytime and almost anywhere. No one, however, expects to have to avoid an oncoming vehicle when they are in the relative safety of a store. One woman in San Angelo, Texas just narrowly escaped being struck by a pickup truck while she was inside her local Wal-Mart.  According to a story which aired on the CBS Local station in Miami on June 28th, local … Read More »

News Anchor Injured In Cycling Accident

Posted: July 11th, 2018 | Categories: Car Accident

For more than a century, bicycling has become one of the best ways for anyone of any age to stay fit and healthy. In addition to being an enjoyable way to travel, it provides the means to get from one place to another while only involves pedal power. Riding a bicycle is also a great way to save money and to cut down on pollution or our overall global footprint. … Read More »

Head-On Collision In Hialeah

Posted: July 11th, 2018 | Categories: Car Accident

When driving down the road, there are probably few things more terrifying than to see another vehicle in your lane coming straight at you. That may have been precisely what was going through the minds of several people who found themselves in a head-on collision in Hialeah Gardens earlier this month. According to a story which was broadcast on the CBS local station in Miami, an accident in Hialeah Gardens … Read More »

Hit And Run Driver Turns Himself In After Hitting Elderly Woman

Posted: July 11th, 2018 | Categories: In The News

Just days before her 78th birthday, Hilda Garcia was hit and left for dead at the intersection of 9th Street and 37th Avenue in Miami just before 11:00 p.m. on Sunday, June 10th. The members of her family, left devastated after the sense of loss, pleaded with the public to come forward) if anyone possibly knew anything regarding the fatal hit-and-run crash. According to a story that aired on the … Read More »

Driver Intentionally Rear-Ends Cop, Then Goes On 100 MPH Chase On Turnpike

Posted: July 11th, 2018 | Categories: Car Accident

Dashcam footage released by the Florida Highway Patrol on June 6th reveals a harrowing experience on the Florida Turnpike. According to a story which appeared on the CBS Local Miami website, trooper Vanessa Franceschi was conducting a routine traffic stop in Miami-Dade in April when her cruiser was intentionally rear-ended by a Honda Civic. The driver of the Civic then immediately sped off, with Trooper Franceschi in pursuit. Franceschi continued to … Read More »

Gas Pump Catches Fire After Crash

Posted: July 11th, 2018 | Categories: In The News

In a scene straight out of almost anyone’s nightmare, a gas pump at a Chevron station in Lauderhill burst into flame after being hit by a car. The CBS Local station affiliate in Miami reported a story that Monday’s crash happened at the Chevron gas station located on State Road 7 and Northwest 16th Street. The driver in the accident was exiting the gas station, turning widely. She did not notice … Read More »