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Two Injured in a Car Crash in Indian River County, Florida

Indian River County, FL
Two Injured in a Car Crash in Indian River County, Florida

Accident Summary

Accident on December 2, 2020 in India River County, FL. Two injured in a car crash that damaged a bridge. A high-traffic road has been shut down.
Accident DateDecember 2, 2020
Location69th Street, Indian River County, Florida
TypeAutomobile Accident

A car crash, involving a Mercedes car and a sport utility vehicle, occurred on 60th Street, close to 66th Avenue intersection, in India River County, Florida at around 12:45 p.m. on Wednesday, December 2, 2020. The woman in the SUV and the car’s driver sustained minor injuries and both were taken to Cleveland Clinic Indian River Hospital after the accident. At the time of the accident, the car went into the canal, causing damage to it.

The incident also led to the closure of the high-traffic 69th Street for crash-related investigation by Florida Highway Patrol and bridge damage assessment by Indian River County Public Works. Indian River County Fire Rescue official, Jamie Coleman said that he is not sure about the cause of the accident.

A Note from Attorney Mangal:

If any nearby person or vehicle were injured/damaged as a result of the driver’s negligence, there would likely be a valid personal injury claim.

We at MANGAL, PLLC pride ourselves in pursuing justice for clients no matter the cost. We take seriously our obligation to serve you to the best of our ability. We will fight for you and make sure that you recover the full compensation you deserve. No one should be left holding the bill for an accident caused by another’s negligence. Contact us today at (352) 995-9945 to discuss your case.


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