A crash that took place within Orange County on Saturday, June 30th, has resulted in the untimely death of one person and the serious injury of at least two others. Initial reports on the crash came from the Florida Highway Patrol. Their report stated that the accident happened shortly after 1:00 in the afternoon, around where Pine Hills Road and Indian Hills Road intersect.
A Saturday Night crash in Orlando on the 3rd of March left one person dead and several others in the hospital after a T-bone crash at the intersection of Wetherbee Road and Bohannon Boulevard. The Florida Highway Patrol responded to the emergency calls reporting the crash and were some of the first official units on the scene.
A 73-year-old male was killed when his car struck an oncoming vehicle last Sunday. According to the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP), the two-vehicle crash happened on State Road 19 at Lake Smith Road in the early evening. For a yet-unknown reason, the 73-year-old was driving his Chevy pickup truck in the wrong direction when he struck the oncoming Chrysler van head on. Both individuals were transported to nearby hospitals. The 77-year-old was pronounced dead at Florida Hospital Waterman, while the 55-year-old was taken to the Orlando Regional Medical Center for treatment of serious injuries.
The Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) is investigating an Orlando area automobile crash that happened late Friday night. The two-vehicle accident left one person, a 56-year-old Orlando woman, dead. According to the FHP, a 31-year-old male was driving south on Rio Grande Avenue when he hit the car driven by the 56-year-old female as she was trying to make a left turn. Police believe that the 31-year-old male was speeding and therefore unable to stop. The female driver was taken to Orlando Regional Medical Center where she died. The male driver suffered minor injuries.
A collision along South Orange Blossom Trail in Orange County this past Wednesday left two individuals dead and another couple hospitalized with non life-threatening injuries. The Florida Highway Patrol discussed the incident in a report issued shortly after the crash. In this report, they say that the collision happened early in the morning, just after 2:15, and involved a black Honda and a red Pontiac.
An investigation into the death of two teenage friends has discovered that the 98-year-old man who caused the accidental deaths had recently been cleared to retain his license after taking a test in his home-state of Michigan and receiving notices from medical personnel clearing him for the road.
A 28-year-old Winter Park, Florida man was arrested this week following his involvement in a New Year’s Eve rash that left two dead.
A Florida car crash in Osceola County earlier this week left one person dead and two others seriously injured. According to the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP), a 39-year-old male from Pennsylvania was driving his four door Chevrolet north on Canoe Creek Road. Failing to properly negotiate a curve, his car veered into the road’s southbound lane where it struck the left side of an oncoming Ford pickup truck.
A 29-year-old Orlando man was killed in a head-on collision last weekend. According to the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP), the accident happened when the driver was driving westbound in the eastbound lanes on State Road 60 near Peavine Road in south Osceola County. There was a 43-year-old male passenger in his car.
Details are slow in coming regarding an accident that took place this past Saturday in Osceola County and left one individual dead. Troopers speaking on behalf of the Florida Highway Patrol have come forward with statements about the crash, and although these statements are slender on specific facts relating to the incident, they do illuminate the scenario with enough confirmed information to make a recounting worthwhile.