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A driver from Cooper City had a fortunate escape after crashing their car into a canal. The incident occurred near the intersection of Flamingo and Griffin Road on Monday afternoon.

Despite the car ending up in the water, the driver was able to exit the vehicle without any injuries. Unfortunately, the car became completely submerged in the canal.

Our thoughts and best wishes go out to the victims of this car accident in Cooper City, Broward County, Florida.


In Weston, Florida, an accident took place on Friday morning near Racquet Club Road and East Mall Road, resulting in a car submerging into a lake. One individual sustained minor injuries in the incident. Live video footage depicted the partially submerged vehicle. The Broward Sheriff Fire Rescue confirmed that the driver managed to exit the car independently and was subsequently transported to a nearby hospital for treatment of their minor injuries.



Vehicle Plows into Miami Residence’s Driveway, No Harm Done. MIAMI (WSVN) – Following an incident where a motorist collided with a dwelling, there were no casualties reported.

A crimson Honda CRV forcefully collided with the frontal facade of a residence situated along the juncture of Southwest 62nd Avenue and 2nd Street in Miami.

Preceding this incident, the driver lost control and careened through a fence, subsequently demolishing a mailbox.

Elaboration on the factors leading to the driver’s loss of control is presently undisclosed.


MIAMI-DADE: A semi-truck has overturned on Tamiami Trail in West Miami-Dade, Florida. Prompt action was taken by rescue crews at the scene to address the situation. Miami-Dade Fire Rescue intervened on Monday morning to contain a fuel leak from the overturned tractor-trailer, which occurred in the median of the Tamiami Trail, approximately one mile before Krome Avenue. The Florida Highway Patrol stated that the semi-truck was traveling east on Southwest Eighth Street when the driver lost control and veered off the road. Live video footage depicted the team using a deflated yellow kiddie pool to absorb the fuel spilled from the vehicle. Fortunately, no injuries have been reported, and there have been no road closures as a result of this incident. (News source: 7 News Miami)


MIAMI-DADE: A multi-vehicle collision on Interstate 95 in Northwest Miami-Dade, Florida, resulted in significant traffic delays on Monday morning. The crash took place on the southbound lanes of I-95 near State Road 112 and involved at least four vehicles in the express lanes. Currently, the express lanes are closed, and three left lanes are blocked as emergency crews work to clear the scene. Live street cameras captured the congestion extending back to Northwest 79th Street. Motorists are advised to avoid the area and find an alternate route to their destination.


HOLLYWOOD: During the early hours, an SUV crashed into a business in Hollywood, resulting in one individual being taken to the hospital by rescue crews. The incident occurred at the Ultimate Pet Grooming & Spa on North 17th Avenue, near Hollywood Boulevard. Hollywood Police responded to the crash after receiving a call at approximately 3:40 a.m. Witnesses described the collision as one of the loudest they had heard. The SUV was found inside the building upon the arrival of the officers. Emergency responders had to extricate the driver from the vehicle before transporting them to Memorial Regional Hospital. Fortunately, the patient was conscious during transportation. The incident left part of the business boarded up, and the SUV was later towed from the scene. The crash is currently being investigated. (News source: 7 News Miami)

Our thoughts and best wishes go out to the victims of these accidents in Miami-Dade and Broward, Florida.


MIAMI-GARDENS: A deadly accident occurred in Miami Gardens, resulting in lane closures on the Turnpike. In Miami Gardens, Florida, heavy congestion was observed around Red Road, where authorities used a yellow tarp to cover a deceased individual on Monday. The Florida Highway Patrol was present at the Turnpike overpass, conducting an investigation. It appeared that two lanes were obstructed, and commuters are advised to steer clear of the affected area.

Our thoughts and best wishes go out to the victims of this fatal car accidents in Miami-Gardens, Florida.


SW MIAMI-DADE: The roads have been reopened following a collision on the Turnpike that resulted in 20 individuals sustaining injuries in Southwest Miami-Dade. Emergency services from the Florida Highway Patrol and Miami-Dade Fire Rescue promptly arrived at the scene of the accident, which occurred on the southbound lanes close to Southwest 112th Avenue, just before 10 p.m. on Sunday.

According to the Florida Highway Patrol, the crash occurred when a white Toyota SUV lost control and collided with a concrete barrier bridge wall. Subsequently, the vehicle veered off the road and overturned multiple times on a grassy embankment.

At the time of the collision, there were six occupants inside the overturned car. One woman was ejected from the vehicle and suffered severe injuries, as stated by the Florida Highway Patrol. Additionally, a series of three subsequent accidents took place in the vicinity, resulting in minor injuries.

Although authorities classified the crash as a “multi-casualty incident,” they did not specify the number of vehicles involved. The Miami-Dade Fire Rescue officials indicated that paramedics evaluated 20 patients, but no details were provided regarding the number of individuals transported to local hospitals.

During the initial investigation, all southbound lanes near Southwest 112th Avenue were closed, but they were reopened around midnight.

According to FHP, the crash occurred after a white Toyota SUV lost control and collided with a concrete barrier bridge wall. The vehicle then traveled off of the roadway onto a grassy embankment, where it overturned several times.

There were a total of six occupants in the overturned car at the time of the crash. One woman inside was ejected and sustained serious injuries, FHP said. As a result of the initial crash, a series of three additional crashes occurred in the area where minor injuries were reported.

Authorities called the crash a “multi-casualty incident” but have not specified how many vehicles were involved.

Officials with MDFR said paramedics have assessed 20 patients but did not specify how many have been taken to area hospitals.

All southbound lanes were closed near Southwest 112th Avenue during the preliminary investigation but were reopened around midnight.

Our thoughts and best wishes go out to the victims of these accidents in Orlando, Orange County, Florida.


ORLANDO: An Orlando police officer faced legal trouble when he was accused of reckless driving and was pulled over by a Seminole County deputy for speeding. The situation took a surprising turn when the officer decided to flee from the confrontation, leaving authorities shocked.

Deputy Hill captured the intense encounter on his body camera, providing crucial evidence for the case. When attempting to stop Officer Alexander Shaouni, the deputy questioned the reason for the traffic stop.

Shaouni exclaimed in disbelief, “What! I’m going to work, my man. Why are you trying to pull me over as I’m going into work?”

The deputy responded, “Because you’re going 80 in a 45-mph zone.”

Shaouni, visibly frustrated, replied, “What does it look like I am dressed for?”

Ignoring the officer’s question, Deputy Hill requested to see Shaouni’s driver’s license, to which Shaouni defiantly refused with a simple “no.”

Shaouni promptly returned to his police car and sped away with his emergency lights activated. The seriousness of the situation became apparent when Deputy Hill later disclosed that Shaouni was not using any lights when he initially observed him driving at 80 miles per hour in a 45-mph zone.

The deputy explained the difficulty he faced in catching up, saying, “I had to go over 100 miles per hour to catch up with him.”

Video footage of the incident showed the Orlando police cruiser maneuvering around another vehicle before the deputy could position his patrol car in front of Shaouni to initiate a traffic stop.

Following the incident, Shaouni has been suspended from duty while a comprehensive investigation into the allegations of reckless driving is conducted.


A tragic accident took place in North Miami Beach where a pedestrian was fatally hit in the street on Monday morning. The incident occurred near the intersection of 163rd Street heading westbound, close to Northeast 35th Avenue.

Upon arriving at the scene, authorities found the victim’s body covered with a yellow tarp, and the driver’s car showed visible damage to its front end.

Law enforcement officials verified that the driver responsible for the collision stayed at the scene and collaborated with authorities. After completing the required investigation procedures, all lanes in the surrounding area have now been reopened.

Our thoughts and best wishes go out to the family of the victim of this tragic pedestrian accident in North Miami Beach, Miami-Dade County, Florida.

The Perazzo Law Firm is dedicated to serving individuals and families who have suffered injury due to the negligence of others. With a deep understanding of the emotional toll accidents can take, our firm is committed to helping those in need.

Our news blog is designed to keep you informed on the latest personal injury cases and legal developments. We aim to raise awareness of the injury and loss of life that occurs in our community by sharing information from publicly available sources. However, please note that the information shared in our blog has not been independently verified, and the photos depicted are not necessarily representative of the actual event. If you notice any inaccuracies, please bring them to our attention for correction.

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