Four people — including two children — were injured Sunday in a roll-over crash on the Palmetto Expressway, according to Miami-Dade Fire Rescue.
A Mercedes-Benz rolled over in the south bound lanes of SR-826 near Okeechobee Road before noon Sunday when an Infiniti slammed into it and took off, Miami Herald news partner CBS4 reported.
Several other vehicles were involved in the accident.
Two children were taken by air rescue to Jackson Memorial Hospital and two others were taken by ambulance, according to Miami-Dade Fire Rescue. The children were released Sunday evening, according to CBS4.
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Ras Acevedo, who saw the crash happen, told CBS4 that the male driver and a female passenger of the Infiniti took off running after the accident.
Acevedo told the station he followed.
“We found him in an abandoned warehouse,” he said. “We found the guy. Luckily there was a security guard in there and I helped the security guard make sure he didn’t leave. And then, luckily, Hialeah Police showed up.”
No details about the crash, including whether there were any arrests, were released Sunday night.