Auto Accident | Orlando Accident & Injury Blog
Local law enforcement authorities operating within Brevard County are currently investigating the chain-of-events that preceded a fatal auto accident early Thursday morning which claimed the life of a 23-year-old female resident from Titusville, Florida. According to early official statements from officers with the Florida Highway Patrol, it was approximately 1:45 a.m. on May 13th, 2021, when the first reports of a severely damaged vehicle started to flood the Brevard County dispatch center.
A group of family members travelling back to Chicago after enjoying a dream vacation at Disney World have suffered a staggering setback in their journey after many of them were involved in a near-fatal car crash earlier this week. Authorities with the Florida Highway Patrol and local Orange County law enforcement officials are currently investigating this serious auto accident that occurred on May 5th, 2021, near the Orlando International Airport which injured 6 people, including two small children and one infant.
Authorities in Orlando are currently working to determine the cause behind a fatal auto accident which claimed the lives of two individuals near the intersection of Lee Road and Crawford Avenue on May 6th, 2021. Early reports indicate that the deadly situation arose after the alleged suspect fled the scene of a routine traffic stop as they were being pulled over by an Orange County Sheriff’s deputy.
A community is grieving today as investigative authorities operating within Orange County are continuing their attempt to piece together a series of unfortunate events which caused a deadly head-on collision and the subsequent death of a 17-year-old teenager from Eustis early Wednesday morning in Apopka.
A 24-year-old Tampa woman is facing several serious charges including DUI manslaughter, DUI involving a serious injury, reckless driving involving a serious injury, driving without a license, and multiple counts of DUI property damage, after her alleged involvement in a high-speed chase and subsequent car crash early Sunday morning along I-4 which resulted in the death of a 22-year-old passenger.
A collision and subsequent fire are believed to be responsible for the death of a single individual close to University of Central Florida in Orlando on Friday, April 9th. According to reports from the Florida Highway Patrol, the fiery car crash took place sometime during the evening, while an unnamed man was behind the wheel of their truck and traveling down Allison Drive.
Detectives with the Florida Highway Patrol are currently working to unravel the timeline of events that preceded a fatal auto accident which claimed the life of a 37-year-old Summerfield man and seriously injured 4 others in Marion County over the weekend. Early collision reports indicate that the deadly car crash occurred along U.S. 441 near County Road 42 at approximately 10:15 a.m. this past Saturday morning.
The latest accident reports from responding officers with the Florida Highway Patrol indicate that authorities are currently investigating a fatal head-on collision in Windermere which claimed the life of a 26-year-old man from Kissimmee and severely injured another this past Monday afternoon along the northbound lanes of Winter Garden Vineland Road.
Recent data published by AAA sheds an unsettling light into wrong-way crashes on divided highways throughout the country in general, and Florida in particular. The data compiled by AAA states that, every year, about 500 people die as a result of head-on or wrong-way crashes that take place on divided highways. In Florida, it is estimated that between 30 and 35 people die every year as a result of wrong-way crashes on divided highways. These types of collisions, while not accounting for the majority of crashes throughout the state, are some of the most violent and fatal accidents that can take place, which is why this new report from AAA is so important.
On Saturday, March 27th, an 18-year-old individual from Coral Springs was traveling within a car down the northern lanes of Interstate 95 when they were involved in a car accident. According to reports from the Florida Highway Patrol, it was shortly after midnight when the 18-year-old was driving down I-95 and nearing mile marker 162 within Brevard County. In the car at the time was a 16-year-old who was not otherwise identified in the report.