According to preliminary collision reports from the Daytona Beach Police Department, an innocent man was fatally injured in a hit-and-run accident on August 30th, 2020, during a high-speed chase between local authorities and a suspect who allegedly failed to pull over after running a stop sign.
While it is often the case that those behind the wheels of cars involved in hit-and-run accidents manage to escape capture, the family and loved ones of an individual killed in a hit-in-run in Polk County may be able to feel some sort of closure after the person responsible for this death was identified and apprehended by deputies working for the Polk County Sheriff’s Office. Reports from the deputies involved with the case indicated that the event first took place after a collision that happened on Combee Road.
Investigators with the Orlando Police Department are finding that they have more questions than answers when it comes to a fatal hit-and-run collision that occurred this past Monday morning which claimed the life of a young teenager. Authorities are advising the public to be on the lookout for a 4-door white sedan that is believed to have been involved in this tragic accident.
A fatal hit-and-run accident in the Tampa area is currently under investigation by officers with the Tampa Police Department. Reports issued at the time of this writing provide limited, although crucial, information regarding the incident. It is anticipated that as the investigation into the accident continues additional updates will be offered. Any updates of an unusual or exceptional manner will appear on this blog as well as in traditional news outlets.
Members of the Florida Highway Patrol apprehended an individual from Sanford who is believed to have been the person behind the wheel of a car involved in a fatal hit-and-run accident that took place within Hamilton County on the night of Monday, April 13th. Reports from the Florida Highway Patrol indicated that the accident took place sometime during the night and involved two vehicles. Both were traveling down the northern lanes of Interstate 75 within Hamilton County.
On Sunday, February 16th, a 57-year-old woman was walking with her husband along the side of Colonial Drive when the couple decided to try and cross the street. At the time of this writing, statements from both the Oakland Police Department and the Winter Garden Police Department provide us with the bulk of the information that we have around the fatal hit-and-run accident, which happened at an unspecified time on Sunday.
An incident involving several cars that took place within Orlando on the morning of Thursday resulted in the death of at least two women. Reports from the Orlando Police Department stated that the hit-and-run accident took place at some point before noon, although the exact time of the collision was not given. At this time, numerous vehicles were traveling along Colonial Drive, somewhere between Highland Avenue and Summerlin Avenue.
A man from Leesburg has been arrested in connection with a fatal hit-and-run accident which took place within the city of Leesburg on October 16th. Reports from the Leesburg Police Department stated that the incident took place close to 9:40 at night, close to the intersection of State Road 27 and Little Harbor Pointe.
The person believed to be responsible for a fatal hit-and-run within Apopka that took place early this past April was finally arrested on Thursday, October 3rd. The initial incident, which happened on the 1st of April, reportedly took place around 11:40 at night. At this time, two individuals were inside of a van, driving towards the intersection of West Michael Gladden Boulevard and South Hawthorne Avenue. The driver of the van stated that he was on his way to get cough medicine for the 64-year-old passenger.
Seminole County deputies responded to a hit-and-run crash that took place within Seminole County early in October. The incident in question was a collision between two cars, following which one of the cars sped away from the scene. Reports from the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office indicated that the incident took place along Alafaya Trail, when a 53-year-old driving a white Toyota Corolla attempted to make a U-turn.