By Local 10:
A suspect has been arrested nearly two years after a deadly crash on Interstate 95 in which a teen was killed and several others, including two firefighters, were injured.
According to an arrest warrant, Miami firefighters were trying to extricate a person from a disabled vehicle just before 2 a.m. on May 19, 2018, that was in the right northbound shoulder of I-95 just south of the Northwest 62nd Street exit.
Police said Alexander Martinez, now 18, was driving around 83 mph in his gray Toyota RAV4 when he lost control of the SUV and the vehicle began spinning.
Authorities said the vehicle hit a concrete wall, bounced off of it and then continued rotating, eventually sideswiping a parked City of Miami Fire Rescue truck.
The vehicle then proceeded to slide backwards into the rear of a parked City of Miami Fire Rescue engine.
According to the arrest warrant, equipment from the fire rescue engine became dislodged and struck two firefighters, one of whom sustained life-threatening injuries.
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