A single-car crash in Tampa late in November was then subjected to a detailed investigation by the Florida Highway Patrol as they attempted to uncover just what happened within the vehicle to cause the incident. Reports from the FHP stated that a 54-year-old Seffner woman was behind the wheel of a Toyota Camry and traveling down the northern lanes of State Road 618 when she approached the intersection between this road and the Lee Roy Selmon Expressway sometime around midnight on the day in question.
A head-on collision that took place within Seminole County on Monday, December 2nd, resulted in the death of a 48-year-old individual as well as the critical injury of an 18-year-old and the serious injury of a third person. The incident was reported as having taken place along State Road 46, close to where it intersects with Bella Foresta Place, just east of Longwood Markham Road.
On the morning of Monday, December 2nd, a dump truck carrying a full load of sand was traveling down Osceola Parkway, close to the intersection with Storey Lake Boulevard. It was shortly after 8:00 in the morning, and the 50-year-old driver of the truck was on the job hauling the sand to an unknown location. At this same time, a 22-year-old was behind the wheel of a Jeep SUV, also driving down Osceola Parkway.
A fatal collision that took place within Osceola County is under investigation as being possibly the result of illegal racing through the streets. According to eyewitness reports, the accident, which cost the life of at least one individual, took place shortly after two cars were seen racing down U.S. 192. The drivers of these two cars were operating their vehicles in reckless ways, swerving through traffic, careening around slower cars, and generally behaving in a manner that not only put their lives at stake but also placed everyone else on the road at risk.
Troopers with the Florida Highway Patrol are pointing to alcohol as a key player in a fatal crash that took place along Interstate 275 close to Tampa. What exactly took place remains the subject of an investigation into the incident, but the early reports suggested that the crash happened close to 4:00 on the morning of Sunday, November 17th.
A terrible crash took place within the city of Alachua on Saturday, November 16th, that resulted in the death of four individuals, one of whom was a 4-year-old child. Reports from the Florida Highway Patrol on this awful incident stated that the accident took place close to 11:40 at night, close to where State Road 24 and Northeast 69th Way intersect.
At approximately 4:15 p.m. this past Tuesday, November 15th, 2019, a bit of an uncommon auto accident occurred at an Orange County residence which claimed the life of one man and left two others injured after a vehicle crashed through their home’s garage.
An Orlando crash that took place in the early days of November resulted in the death of an individual in Orlando as well as a continued investigation into the incident by the Florida Highway Patrol. Reports from the scene of the accident stated that it began sometime around 8:00 in the evening of Tuesday, November 12th, as the trajectory of a 2002 Subaru began to near the path taken by a pedestrian who was walking along Colonial Drive.
Three vehicles collided within the city of Ocala on Friday, November 8th, resulting in the death of at least one person as well as the injury of three others. Reports from the scene emerged shortly after the auto accident took place and they included the information that the collision had occurred sometime around 1:30 in the morning as the three vehicles were being driven down State Road 40, close to where this street intersects with Northeast 25th Avenue.
A two-car crash happened in Lake County on the afternoon of Tuesday, November 12th. According to reports from the Florida Highway Patrol working in the area, the first notification of the accident happened close to 2:00 in the afternoon, leaving investigators believing that the crash itself happened sometime around 1:30 or 1:45. What we know so far is that the collision involved a Kia and a pickup truck. Inside of the pickup truck were three children, all of whom were reported as being under five years of age.