1 dead after car smashes into apartment building in Miami

One person has died after a car smashed into a building in Miami.
City of Miami Police said the driver of the car lost control and struck an apartment building along Northwest First Place and 11th Terrace, at around midnight, Monday.
Area resident Torrey Washington said he doesn’t sleep much and was up when he and some of his neighbors heard the crash.
“We’re thinking like a generator went off or something and everyone just went to one spot,” said Washington.
Washington was on the scene before rescue crews arrived and said he and other members of the community tried to get the driver out of the vehicle but the doors and the man’s leg were stuck, making it impossible for them to do so.
He even jumped in the car before he saw it was starting to smoke.
“When the first unit arrived, they found a vehicle that was actually upright on its front bumper in a field right next to this apartment building,” said Miami Fire Rescue Capt. Ignatius Carroll. “This vehicle crashed into the side of this building with such force that it actually created a 15 by 10 foot hole.”
Rescue crews were able to stabilize the car and get the man out of the vehicle.
The driver was transported to Jackson Memorial Hospital in critical condition where he later succumbed to his injuries.
“My adrenaline was rushing,” said Washington. “I tried the best that I can and I’m just sorry that we got lost. I’m just disappointed I couldn’t get him out of the car. I just feel bad like, you know, you’re here and one day you’re gone, you know what I’m saying?”
Investigators said there were no occupants inside of the apartment that sustained the worst of the damage.
Residents at the apartment building were told to evacuate due to a gas leak.
An investigation is currently underway to determine the cause of the crash.
“You can by the damage and even the path that it created that definitely speed will be looked into as far as a factor,” said Carroll.
The building has since been deemed structurally safe and so all occupants except for those who live in the apartment that sustained the worst damage have been able to come back into their homes.

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