MIAMI (AP) — Police in Florida say a man was taken into custody after he drove his Honda Accord through a perimeter fence surrounding Miami International Airport.
Miami-Dade police say the driver was taken to a hospital shortly after the Monday night incident. He was being examined, and investigators were trying to determine the cause of the crash, though they don't think it was intentional.
Police located the vehicle some 250 yards south of the breached fence, near an American Airlines cargo area. Officials say air traffic was not affected.
The driver's name was not released. Further details weren't immediately available.
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