Four people were transported to Ryder Trauma Center at Jackson Memorial Hospital early Tuesday morning, following a collision between a stolen Ford F-150 pickup truck and a black Dodge Charger sedan.
It happened around 3:45 a.m. in the area of Northwest 27th Avenue and Northwest 88th Street.
All four crash victims, three men and a woman, were initially said to have been critically injured, but their condition has since been upgraded to stable.
They have been identified as Percy Williams, 19, Kristen Jackson, 25, Jonathan Johnson, 24, and Eduardo Cumba, 24. Williams and Jackson were in the Charger while Johnson and Cumba were in the stolen pickup truck.
"Please pray for my son Lord, please pray for my son," said Vache Williams, Percy's mother. "He's a good boy, he don't bother nobody."
Miami-Dade Police detectives said the pickup truck was traveling southbound on 27th Avenue and was attempting to make a left turn onto eastbound 88th Street, when it was T-boned by the Charger.
Johnson and Cumba were ejected from the pickup truck, which was left mangled and lying on its side in the roadway. The Charger crashed into a nearby truck dealership.
A firearm was recovered from inside the Charger.
The investigation into the crash continues.