MIAMI (WSVN) - A driver struck a cyclist and three cars on the road before crashing into Braman Motors dealership where they hit three additional vehicles.

The Miami Police Department reported the incident, which occurred around 11 a.m. at the intersection of Biscayne Boulevard and 20th Street.

7Skyforce hovered over the scene, located at 2060 Biscayne Blvd in Miami, where visible damage to the building could be seen as workers inside cleaned up the debris from the aftermath.

According to police, a 78-year-old man hit the cyclist at the intersection.

“The vehicle was traveling southbound on Biscayne Boulevard, hit a cyclist, hit three other vehicles, continued to lose control, and then reversed into the Braman Motors showroom,” said Miami Fire Lt. Pete Sanchez.

Several people in the are heard the vehicle coming down the intersection before it crashed into the dealership.

“We just heard a few seconds of a car screeching,” said Michelle Skinner, who was working nearby.

“The inevitable sound, and then we were trying to stay focused, but like all Miami rubberneckers,” said Troy Kurtz, who was working nearby

The cyclist was transported to a nearby Jackson Memorial Hospital in critical condition.

“The cyclist was transported to Jackson Ryder Trauma in serious condition with a head injury,” Sanchez said. “We did also evaluate a couple of other people on the scene that were involved in the vehicle’s outside, and luckily, they did not require treatment or transport.”

The driver responsible for the crash was also not injured and stuck around to speak with police as a cleanup began inside the dealership, as well as outside.

7News cameras captured a damaged vehicle that was towed away.

The cyclist was said to be alert when he was transported to the hospital.

Police are investigating whether the driver will face any charges.

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