A vehicle traveling on Interstate 95 in West Palm Beach went off the road and smashed into two other vehicles, injuring at least two people Thursday morning.
Chopper 5 flew over the scene around 7 a.m. and spotted two of the vehicles crashed into each other and a third vehicle nearby with substantial frontal damage.
Florida Highway Patrol said a driver was heading southbound on Interstate 95 in the middle lane when he lost control for an unknown reason.
This caused the driver to veer off the interstate, crash through a fence onto Village Boulevard and hit two other vehicles.
There were no serious injuries, but a driver of one car was transported to the hospital as a precaution.
A passenger in another car was taken by a family member to the hospital for a possible broken wrist.
FHP said the driver who caused the wreck does not have a valid driver’s license, so he will be charged for that violation and will likely face a careless driving charge as well.
— Stephanie Susskind (@StephanieWPTV) July 19, 2018