A car fire in the city of Orlando resulted in one person being hospitalized on Friday, September 14th. It was around 4:40 in the afternoon when the first reports of a car fire began to reach the emergency response crews working within this part of Orange County. Fittingly, the Orlando Fire Department was first to reach the scene, and it is believed that this crew began to battle the flames shortly after the call reached them regarding the emergency. It is not, however, known just how long after the fire started that the emergency services were first contacted.
A Port Orange woman died this past Thursday after a fire broke out inside of her home and she was unable to escape from the flames. According to an official report from the fire officials within the Port Orange Fire Department, the first reports of the fire came into the station at around 12:30 in the morning. These reports indicated that the flames and smoke were beginning to become visible at 1000 4th Street, within the city of Port Orange.
A Daytona Beach car accident has left one person dead and another injured. The Accident happened on Monday at East International Boulevard and Beach street when, according to local police, a Ford Escape traveling at a speed of up to 90 mph hit an eastbound Buick. The driver of the Buick, a pregnant woman, was taken to a nearby hospital where she is said to be in stable condition. The passenger, a male, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Early on the morning of Friday, May 25th, a 42-year-old construction worker at work on a routine project along State Road 417 in Orange County was badly injured after he was struck by a car passing through the construction zone. According to initial reports from the Florida Highway Patrol, the incident took place at some point in the early morning rush hour, while many people were traveling along the roads on their way to work.
Orange County Fire Rescue personnel are currently investigating a house fire that is believed to be responsible for the hospitalization of at least one person inside of Orange County. Statements from this official organization indicate that they first received reports of the fire on Saturday, although it is not clear at what time the first calls to the OCFR reached the emergency response teams.
Florida, home to some of the largest swaths of beautiful shoreline available in this country, is also the location of thousands and thousands of swimming pools. From private backyards to public community pools, these oases provide millions of people a chance swim in freshwater, far from crocodiles and other nautical carnivores, and in a confined area where it is easier to monitor children. Unfortunately, it often transpires that swimming pools create a larger danger than previously thought. Such was the case for a family vacationing in Orange County earlier this month.
On Tuesday night, May 8th, a 4-year-old boy was sitting or lying down in front of a television inside of an Orange County home. Shortly before 2:00 in the morning, the stepfather to the young boy, heard a loud crack coming from the living room, where the television and the child were. According to the official report from the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, the stepfather, who was in his bedroom at the time, rushed out of bed and into the living room. There, the man found that the television had fallen off of its stand or the wall and onto the boy.
On the first of April, a family vacationing at the popular Westgate Lakes Resort in Orlando had a terrifying brush with mortality when their young child nearly drowned in one of the resort’s swimming pools. A report from the Orange County Fire Rescue provide the public with the most comprehensive details on the situation, although there is still a hefty investigation underway into just what happened to cause the incident to take place at all.
A family in Orange County barely escaped with their lives from a ferocious fire that consumed their home and damaged two other homes nearby on Wednesday, March 14th. It is not clear if the fire happened during the night or at some point during the day, but we do know that the flames were first noticed by one of the family’s neighbors. According to this individual, he noticed that flames were beginning to burst from the home’s windows and that the roof of the house was shrouded in thick billows of smoke that were starting to escape from the eaves.
On Wednesday, the 7th of March, firefighters with the Orange County Fire and Rescue department responded to early morning reports of an apartment fire in Orlando. The call came in at close to 2:30 in the morning, and indicated that a fire was in progress at Twelve Oaks at Windermere, an apartment complex located close to Conroy Road and Kirkman Road.