JUST IN: One injured in crash near Wellington mall


One person was taken to a hospital after a crash near the Mall at Wellington Green Tuesday night, according to Palm Beach County Fire Rescue.

First responders made their way to the 10300 block of Forest Hill Boulevard, just west of U.S. 441, to a vehicle that crashed into a concrete pole. One person was found injured at the scene and transported to a local trauma hospital. The extent of the injures are unknown at this time.

It’s unclear what may have caused the crash or if anyone else was injured.



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