2 officers, civilian driver hurt in 2-car wreck in Miami 

MIAMI, FL – A driver of a silver car collided with a Miami-Dade police car, leading the patrol car to crash into a fence, injuring the civilian driver and two officers Thursday.

Local 10 said this collision occurred around 10 a.m. in the vicinity of Southwest 197th Street and 114th Avenue, which is near Miami Southridge Senior High School. 

Miami-Dade police confirmed all occupants are in “stable condition” but have yet to reveal who was at fault for this crash. 

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Last Updated : June 28, 2024

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