News: I-95 crashes in Delray Beach, Miami injures 5

DELRAY BEACH, FL – Five people were sent to the hospital after two separate I-95 crashes Sunday. 

The first collision happened after 4:30 a.m. south of Linton Boulevard, WSVN reported. The driver was pinned inside the vehicle, and first responders had to pursue a “jaws of life” approach to extricate the driver. 

He suffered severe injuries and was taken to a hospital, where his current condition is unknown.  

The second collision occurred around 5:30 p.m. near NW 95th St in Miami. Around 12 people were injured, but only four who sustained non-life-threatening injuries needed to be hospitalized. 

There were lane closures and traffic delays for several hours. However, all travel lanes reopened. 

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