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Four-Car Crash in Osceola County Leaves One Injured

By Orlando Personal Injury Attorney on February 22, 2021

Multiple vehicles collided in an incident that took place along Pleasant Hill Road within Osceola County on the morning of Monday, February 22nd. According to reports from the Florida Highway Patrol and the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office, the auto accident involved a minivan, a sedan, and two SUVs. At the time of this writing, no charges have been filed against any of the people involved, which indicates that the authorities are still looking into culpability.

It was at some point during the morning that the four vehicles mentioned above were traveling down either Eagle Lake Boulevard or Pleasant Hill Road. What exactly happened to cause the various cars and SUVs to collide remains the subject of the ongoing investigation, but it is believed that at least one of the motorists failed to yield in a right-of-way situation or failed to stop while approaching a line of motionless cars. As a result, an initial collision took place.

The force of this preliminary crash caused at least one of the vehicles involved to slam into a third vehicle which was in turn propelled into a fourth vehicle. As a result of the devastating impact, all four cars were badly mangled.

Witnesses to the crash immediately called 9-1-1 and soon numerous police officers, paramedics, EMTs, and other emergency first responders were at the scene of the collision. When they arrived, their first goal was to assess the level of damage suffered by the people involved. As a result of this assessment, it was determined that at least one person within one of the cars was injured severely enough to require transportation from the crash site to a nearby hospital. It is not currently the situation that any of the other people involved have been admitted to an emergency medical center for treatment of injuries suffered in the crash, however it is often the case that injuries one receives in a car accident don’t manifest themselves with their true severity until some time has elapsed.

An investigation into the crash remains ongoing as the authorities – including police and detectives with the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office – continue to speak to witnesses as well as those involved.


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