Man killed, woman hospitalized after fiery crash in Miami Gardens 

MIAMI GARDENS, FL – A woman was airlifted to a hospital, and a man lost his life after their Toyota Highlander SUV caught on fire after they rear-ended an Infiniti sedan Thursday. 

This collision occurred before 3 a.m. on U.S. 441, according to WSVN. The man, who was severely burned, was declared dead at the scene. 

The woman was extricated and sent to Ryder Trauma Center. Her condition is unclear, and officials have not released the name of the man. 

Updates will be provided should they become publicly available. 

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Last Updated : November 2, 2023

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