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Man Nearly Dies After Crashing Into Canal On 27th Avenue

Posted: October 16th, 2019 | Categories: In The News

CBS Local in Miami reports that a woman whose car plunged into a canal near the Hard Rock Stadium nearly died after a crash on Sunday.  Gladysse Paul, 69, was heading southbound on Northwest 27th Avenue when she collided with two other vehicles through a chain-link fence before crashing her car into the water of the canal. According to Ms. Paul’s son, Rodly Lormestoire, his mother was pulled from her … Read More »

Nissan Issues Huge Recall To Fix Backup Cameras

Posted: October 9th, 2019 | Categories: In The News

Another automaker has announced a recall of some of its more recent models. Nissan has announced a recall to consumers of more than 1.2 million of its vehicles for a problem involving the onboard backup camera display.  The CBS affiliate in Miami reports that Nissan has announced a recall of the following 2018 and 2019 models:  Altima, Kick, Frontier, GTR. Infiniti Q50, Q60, Q30, Q70, Q70L, & Q80 models, Nissan … Read More »

Driver Responsible For Accident Causing Injuries Found And Arrested

Posted: October 2nd, 2019 | Categories: In The News

A man suspected of drinking and driving has been arrested after an incident that happened earlier this month, leaving a trooper with the Florida Highway Patrol in the Hospital. CBS Local in Miami reported on its website that the crash happened on Sunday, September 22nd along State Road 7, north of 191st Street at approximately 4:25 a.m. Florida Highway Patrol Trooper Carl Vincent was investigating a previous crash when he … Read More »

Crash On Northwest 103rd Kills Teen, Mother Critically Injured

Posted: September 25th, 2019 | Categories: In The News

An accident on Interstate 95 last week in Northwest Miami-Dade County has taken the life of a 15- year old boy and left his mother critically injured WSVN Channel 7 in Miami reported that the accident happened at Northwest 103rd Street at around 12:300 p.m. on Wednesday, September 17th. Investigators say that the mother and the teen were traveling on the Interstate in a black Nissan Sedan when their vehicle … Read More »

Miami Gardens Hit And Run Killed Two

Posted: September 18th, 2019 | Categories: In The News

Two people were killed in a hit and run crash that happened in Miami Gardens last month. CBS Local in Miami reports that the fatal crash took place on Thursday, August 29th at around 11:00 a.m. in the 19500 block of Northwest First Place when a large pickup truck broadsided a smaller pickup. Authorities say that the larger of the two pickups was heading southbound on Northwest First Place when … Read More »

Domestic Violence Incident Leads To Woman Running Over People With Her Car

Posted: September 11th, 2019 | Categories: In The News

A young woman from South Florida is facing multiple attempted murder charges after an argument between several people turned violent. NBC Miami reported on its website that the August incident happened in a residential neighborhood in Homestead, located in the area surrounding Southwest 376th Street and 192nd Avenue when Jacqueline Hernandez, 18 and a friend got into a confrontation with others that they had past dealings with. In a statement, … Read More »

Vehicle Crashes Into Retention Pond Near Sawgrass Expressway

Posted: September 4th, 2019 | Categories: In The News

Accidents involving submerged vehicles are a rare occurrence. Unfortunately, when such accidents do happen, they often result in fatality. The Broward County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the cause of such a crash on Tuesday, September 3rd that has left one person dead and two others critically injured. The accident happened when their vehicle went off the Sawgrass Expressway and into a retention pond. The Miami Herald reported on its website … Read More »

Security Flaws Found In Internet-Equipped Vehicles

Posted: August 28th, 2019 | Categories: In The News

A Los Angeles based software development team has discovered a cybersecurity risk that could potentially leave drivers with Internet equipped vehicles vulnerable to hackers. NBC Miami reports that new vehicles that have onboard internet connectivity are vulnerable to hacks while drivers are behind the wheel and that could mean a potential loss of control of the vehicle. One of the software engineers that were part of the investigative team who … Read More »

Pickup Truck Crashes Into School Bus, One Child Injured

Posted: August 21st, 2019 | Categories: In The News

When it comes to driving, age and experience can make all the difference. Because teen drivers have less experience and tend to act impulsively, they are at greater risk of getting into an accident. Such an accident happened last week when a teen driver hit a school bus that has left one second-grader injured. CBS Local in Miami reports that on Monday, August 12th, the first day of classes, the … Read More »

Plane Lands In Marsh In Jacksonville, Pilot Uninjured

Posted: August 14th, 2019 | Categories: In The News

A Piper PA-28 crash-landed in a marsh near Jacksonville earlier this month. Miraculously, the pilot was uninjured. The CBS Local station in Miami reports that on Sunday, August 4th at approximately 10:00 a.m. the single-engine aircraft landed in the marsh near Mill Cove area of the St. John’s River. The pilot was able to bring the plane to a landing without causing significant damage to the aircraft or injuring himself. … Read More »

Hit-And-Run Driver Strikes Person Waiting For Bus

Posted: August 7th, 2019 | Categories: In The News

Millions of people rely on buses and public transportation to help them get around. It provides an economical, mostly safe way for passengers to get to work, school, or run errands.  For those waiting along the bus routes, cities benches provide a way for passengers to sit while they wait. NBC Miami reports that a man who was waiting for a bus on a bus bench in the area near … Read More »

Accident In Hialeah Leaves One Dead, Three Injured

Posted: July 31st, 2019 | Categories: In The News

The state of Florida has one of the highest rates of automobile fatalities of any other state in the United States. Although the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) along with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) shows that in 2016, there were a total of 3,176 fatalities in 2,935 fatal accidents in Florida.  The number of motor vehicle fatalities decreased by 1.8% in 2017, while early estimates submitted for 2018 … Read More »