Members of the Florida Highway Patrol in Orange County reported on a pedestrian accident that happened early on the morning of Monday, May 27th, and resulted in the death of one 62-year-old woman from Orlando. While the incident remains under investigation, the reports that have emerged so far indicate that it happened sometime around 1:15 in the morning, at the intersection of Orange Blossom Trail and 40th Street.
According to the initial accident reports from the Daytona Beach Police Department, a hit-and-run crash occurred near the intersection of 6th Street and Essex Road shortly after 9:00 on Tuesday, May 21st and involved at least two vehicles. One of these vehicles, a Nissan Infiniti, was carrying a child.
On the night of Sunday, May 19th, a fatal hit-and-run accident took place within the city of Kissimmee that left investigators throughout the area searching for the individual responsible. The accident happened close to 3:30 in the morning and involved two people: one driver and their passenger.
It was during the night of Saturday, May 18th, that a crash took place at the intersection of San Lorenzo Road and Cortez Court that left one person dead. According to the current reports from the Florida Highway Patrol, it was a single-vehicle car accident involving a Toyota 4-door that contained at least two individuals.
Yet another hit-and-run accident in Orlando has left police searching for the perpetrator even as the victims call for the person responsible to come forward. The incident, which took place on April 5th, was captured by the dash-cam of another driver. The video shows how the accident along the 408 Expressway in Orlando came to be, as well as the startling aftermath.
A major step forward for one of the numerous hit-and-run accidents that remains unsolved within Florida took place this past week when troopers with the Florida Highway Patrol received a tip that led them to discovering a car that they believe to be responsible for the incident.
Troopers with the Florida Highway Patrol have issued a statement regarding the charges filed against an individual believed to be responsible for a fatal hit-and-run crash that took place close to Tampa early on the morning of February 22nd. According to these reports, the individual behind the fatal accident was apprehended shortly after the initial collision took place, and that in addition to the hit-and-run charges, the authorities also charged the individual with a DUI and Driving While License Cancelled or Suspended.
A collision that happened early on the morning of Tuesday, February 12th, resulted in the death of one Orlando man and has left the Orlando Police Department working on yet another hit-and-run case. Reports from the police state that the incident happened around 2:30 in the morning, close to the intersection of John Young Parkway and Arlington Street. Most of the situation leading up to the crash remains unknown, but it does seem clear that officers were called to the scene of the incident only to find that the pedestrian victim had sustained fatal injuries and that the driver responsible for these injuries had fled the scene.
Nearing the end of December, police working with the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office responded to reports of a head-on crash that took place east of the intersection of Watson Road and Bloomingdale Avenue, close to Tampa. The reports state that the incident happened close to 8:45 in the evening and involved a 23-year-old person driving a 2019 Honda Civic and a 29-year-old person driving a 1997 Dodge Dakota. Deputies stated that the Dodge was stolen at some point before the accident took place.
A hit-and-run accident that occurred around 7:30 on the night of Saturday, December 23rd, has left troopers with the Florida Highway Patrol working within Marion County rushing to locate and apprehend the individual responsible. According to the early reports from the scene of the crash, it was at the intersection of Northeast 25th Avenue and Northeast 38th Street that the incident took place. At the time of this writing, one individual is now dead as a result, and another is being treated for serious injuries.