Islamorada Fire-Rescue crews had to cut a Miami woman out of her 1999 Honda Civic that was hit head-on by another car at mile marker 70 Sunday night, March 26.
Islamorada Fire-Rescue crews had to cut a Miami woman out of her 1999 Honda Civic that was hit head-on by another car at mile marker 70 Sunday night, March 26. Sgt. Nick Whiteman/MCSO
Islamorada Fire-Rescue crews had to cut a Miami woman out of her 1999 Honda Civic that was hit head-on by another car at mile marker 70 Sunday night, March 26. Sgt. Nick Whiteman/MCSO

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