WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - A 30-year-old man was taken to St. Mary's Medical Center after West Palm Beach Fire-Rescue workers cut him out of his car following a wreck on the Flagler Memorial Bridge this morning.
The unidentified man, who was conscious as he was extricated, had non-life threatening injuries, according to fire-rescue workers on the scene.
Three other people suffered minor injuries and were not transported to the hospital.
The wreck on the eastbound ramp from Flagler Drive happened about 11:48 a.m., when a Volkswagen Jetta hatchback rear-ended a Honda Accord, which then hit a Ford van in front of it.
It took fire-rescue workers about 12 minutes to take off the roof of the Volkswagen, and remove the driver.
The accident closed the ramp and eastbound lanes to traffic from West Palm Beach to Palm Beach for over an hour.
More information is expected later today.
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