2 hurt in trash truck crash caused by medical episode in Miami 

MIAMI, FL – A man driving a trash truck was said to have experienced a medical episode when he collided with a tree head-on, injuring himself and his passenger Friday. 

Miami-Dade Fire Rescue told WSVN this collision happened around 1:30 p.m., in the area of Southwest 104th Street and Hammocks Boulevard, revealing they had to extricate the driver and passenger who were trapped inside the truck. 

Footage from the source indicated that the tree fell onto the truck, although no significant damage appeared to have taken place. 

An ambulance took the men to HCA Florida Kendall Hospital. While their physical conditions are unknown, first responders did say they suffered traumatic wounds. 

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Last Updated : June 10, 2024

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