A four-car crash that took place towards the beginning of September within Seminole County resulted in two fatalities, reported the Florida Highway Patrol. According to them, this incident took place on the night of Friday, September 6th, and involved a 30-year-old from Winter Springs who was driving their 1999 Honda down the southern lanes of U.S. Highway 17-92. The other three cars that were involved in the incident were traveling down the northern lanes of U.S. 17-92.
On Wednesday, August 28th, commuters in St. Petersburg who were traveling along the Howard Frankland Bridge were shocked when they witnessed an accident between two vehicles that resulted in one of them, a white SUV, crashing over a barrier and into the Tampa Bay waters lying far below. According to the St. Petersburg Fire Rescue crew who responded to the scene, the events that led to the incident began at around 7:00 in the morning.
A car that crashed into a retention pond in Orange County contained four individuals, all of whom required assistance from the Maitland Fire Department when it came to escaping from the partially submerged vehicle. Reports from the Maitland Fire Department put the time of the car accident somewhere around 2:15 in the afternoon. It is not known if the area was suffering from inclement weather due to Hurricane Dorian or if the incident was the result of some other factors that led to the driver losing control of the vehicle and crashing into the pond.
A collision that took place on Saturday, July 27th, resulted in the hospitalization of two individuals, both of who were declared to be trauma alerts when they were admitted to an Orange County emergency medical facility. Early responders to the incident included the Orange County Fire Rescue. The report that this organization issued after the crash was widely distributed throughout local news agencies and included the information that the collision involved two cars and an unknown number of people.
A violent collision between two vehicles in Orange County resulted in one fatality, one hospitalization, and two cars burning throughout the afternoon of Friday, July 19th. Reports from the Orange County Fire Rescue crew that responded to the incident indicated that the crash took place along Goldenrod Road, close to the intersection between Goldenrod and Curry Ford Road, sometime close to 3:30 in the afternoon.
Reports from the Daytona Beach Police Department began to emerge regarding an auto accident which took place on Tuesday, July 16th, and resulted in the death of a single individual. According to these reports, it was just before 10:00 when the incident took place. Shortly before this time, a woman was driving a four-door Kia along a stretch of the Halifax River on a road that will soon be called the Orange Avenue Bridge, very close to both Silver Beach Avenue and Peninsula Drive.
A DeBary collision between a Lexus and a Ford F350 that took place on Wednesday, July 10th, is behind the death of a 43-year-old woman, according to reports from the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office. The report from the sheriff’s office went into some detail regarding the incident, although much of the events leading up to the car crash remain the subject of an investigation spearheaded by this same organization.
A group of the congregation from a church in Orlando received a tremendous surprise on Thursday, June 13th, when a car crashed through the front of the building and drove through the church’s lobby only thirty minutes before a large meeting was supposed to take place within the structure. According to reports from emergency response crews working within the city of Orlando, the auto accident took place sometime close to 7:30 at night. At 8:00, a service was scheduled to happen at the church, meaning that if the accident had happened just a short time later, the results could have been tragic in the extreme.
Police within Orange County were on hand to respond to reports of a single car accident that took place along Pine Hills Road, close to where this road intersects with Balboa Drive. The crash happened on Monday, June 10th, sometime early in the morning. The reports from News 6 did not specify at what time during the morning the accident is believed to have taken place, but it is likely that it was prior to 7:30am.
Officials working within Ocala have issued a report regarding an auto accident that happened very early on the morning of Thursday, June 6th, that resulted in a car catching fire after it crashed into a power pole made out of cement. According to the reports, it was just before 4:00 in the morning when a vehicle crash was reported as having taken place somewhere along the 2200 block of East Silver Springs Boulevard.