On September 22nd, 2020, three young teenagers were seriously injured and one was killed after they were involved in an early-morning car accident in Lake County. According to preliminary collision reports from the Clermont Police Department, the fatal collision happened along the southbound lanes of U.S. 27 at Hooks Street after their vehicle crashed into the undercarriage of a large box truck.
The life of a Seminole County high school student was tragically cut short over the weekend after he was involved in a fatal auto accident along Orange Boulevard and Oregon Street in Sanford. Preliminary reports from responding officers with the Florida Highway Patrol indicate that the driver was traveling at a high rate of speed when their vehicle suddenly began to hydroplane before it crashed into a roadside utility pole, killing one of the three teenage passengers.
A dramatic series of pictures are the best possible description of an event that took place on Saturday, September 19th, within Seminole County. It was before evening on the start of the weekend when a dump truck was involved in an accident as it was traveling down Interstate 4 and State Road 436. They were either approaching mile marker 92 or had just passed this area when they reached an area of the major highway where an overpass closed above their cab.
Police in the City of Orlando issued the first reports relating to the death of a woman who was inside of a vehicle after it crashed into a retention pond within Orange County. It was early in September when the incident, which was viewed by many witnesses, took place. While an investigation into what happened within the car remains underway, it is very possible that the precise reasons behind the crash will never actually come to light.
A head-on collision within Volusia County resulted in the death of a single individual and the injury of numerous others. At the time of this writing, reports from the Florida Highway Patrol give us the clearest picture of what took place to cause such a devastating collision. Their reports are, however, preliminary documents. Further updates to the story are expected as an investigation into the incident continues.
A wet roadway is currently being held responsible for a fatal car accident that took place close to Tampa early in September. While an investigation into the incident rains ongoing, the reports from the Florida Highway Patrol working within the town of Wesley Chapel have reason to believe that the events that took place on a Tuesday in the second week of September have more to do with the conditions of the roadway than they do with any particular motorist.
On September 8th, 2020, officers with the Florida Highway Patrol operating in Manatee County first responded to calls of an auto accident involving an elderly driver who had crashed through the front facade of a local financial center, injuring himself and multiple other people in the process.
When we are inside of buildings, we don’t often expect to have to avoid cars. This is, however, something that occasionally happens, especially when drivers lose control of their vehicles while traveling down residential streets or streets close to shops and stores. While in these locations, a loss of control or collision that might otherwise result in a driver landing in a ditch or perhaps striking a tree sees cars crashing through shop windows, front doors, and living room walls.
A head-on collision that occurred within Marion County is currently under investigation, with authorities working to uncover the precise details of what happened to cause the crash that resulted in the death of two individuals. It was on Sunday, August 30th, that a vehicle that was not described in the initial reports was traveling down U.S. 441 within Marion County. It is not known the precise time of day the incident took place, although it is believed that it was sometime during the evening.
Members of the Florida Highway Patrol were among the first responders to an incident that took place towards the end of August and resulted in the death of a single individual. What we know so far includes the information that the crash involved a single car and took place within Polk County, on a stretch of the extremely busy Interstate 4.