Miami-Dade Motorcycle Cop Thankful to Be Alive Following Head On Crash

A Miami-Dade motorcycle officer is thanking God after surviving a head on collision on April 21.

“The gentleman driving the SUV pulled out in front of me and I hit him head-on,” said the officer Matt Larsh, a US Marine Corps veteran.

While Larsh was traveling to a training exercise for Miami-Dade police, he was involved in a crash with an SUV that launched him approximately 20 feet in the air.

“I spent three weeks in the ICU undergoing 10 surgeries that I know of. My knee was fractured. My quad was severed, my bladder was ruptured, my quad, my pelvis was fractured,” he said.

Larsh is now on a 9 to 12-month path to recovery, thanking God that he is still alive.

“I do believe God had a hand in my landing and this whole incident. When you look at it, there’s no other word for that other than miracle,” Larsh said.

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