An elderly pedestrian was walking along Longwood Markham Road in the somewhat early hours of the morning on Monday, November 16th, when they were struck by a car that was passing through the area. The reports we have at this time come courtesy of the Florida Highway Patrol, members of whom were among the first responders to the crash after it was first reported, sometime around 6:35 a.m.
A young man from Clermont was reportedly killed after an accident that took place during the second to last week in November within Sumter County. What we currently know comes from members of the Florida Highway Patrol who were on hand after the accident to provide traffic reduction assistance and conduct the initial investigation into the incident. Members of this law enforcement organization in Sumter County issued the preliminary reports on the accident, and these state that it was very early in the morning when the reports began to arrive regarding the individual who had been struck by a vehicle as they were walking near to the roadway.
It was on Sunday, November 22nd, that a 51-year-old woman from the City of Sanford was walking along County Road 46A within Seminole County when a set of incidents occurred that resulted in them being struck and killed by a car. According to reports from the Florida Highway Patrol, the incident happened early in the evening, close to 5:00 p.m.
Officers with the Florida Highway Patrol working out of Brevard County were left searching for the driver of a car after a fatal accident involving a pedestrian quickly turned into a hit-and-run. Reports from the FHP indicated that the incident took place close to 10:00 at night, on Tuesday, October 20th. Shortly before this time, a 39-year-old person from Cocoa was walking along Clearlake Road when they decided to enter the street.
On the night of Monday, October 26th, officers with the Orlando Police Department were called to the intersection of Curry Ford Road and Woodgate Boulevard after an accident involving a car and a pedestrian. Reports from the police were swift in reaching the news, and they led with the information that the incident was, in fact, a hit-and-run crash. These sorts of collisions are distressingly common within Central Florida, but their occurrence never ceases to sadden and cause alarm.
According to preliminary collision reports from the Florida Highway Patrol operating within Brevard County, a 39-year-old pedestrian was fatally injured late Tuesday evening after two separate vehicles crashed into her while she was standing in the roadway near Atkinson Street and Clearlake Road near the Cocoa city limits.
Tragedy struck a Florida school district on October 8th, 2020, after one of their beloved crossing guards was struck by a vehicle. Preliminary collision reports from the St. Cloud Police Department indicate that the 53-year-old victim was performing her usual morning crossing guard duties near the intersection of 13th Street and Michigan Avenue when an oncoming driver failed to stop at a red traffic light and crashed into her.
The Florida Highway Patrol responded to an incident in Orange County that happened early in the morning of Tuesday, October 6th, and resulted in the death of a 64-year-old DeBary resident. Reports from the FHP indicated that the accident happened shortly after 6:00 in the morning, as the 64-year-old was walking along Goldenrod Road, close to where this road intersects with Colonial Drive.
An investigation is currently ongoing by the Florida Highway Patrol operating within Orange County after a deadly pedestrian accident claimed the life of a 30-year-old Kissimmee woman early Friday morning. Preliminary crash reports from the FHP indicate that the victim was a passenger in a vehicle that was driving along the eastbound lanes of Interstate 4 when the driver pulled the car over to the side of the busy interstate. The female victim then exited the vehicle after an altercation with the driver and walked out into the path of an oncoming tractor-trailer.
On Monday, September 14th, 2020, authorities with the Daytona Beach Police Department responded to 9-1-1 calls of a potentially fatal collision involving a pedestrian and a pickup truck close to the intersection of Magnolia Avenue and South Ridgewood Avenue. According to preliminary statements retrieved at the scene, the victim was attempting to cross the busy street outside of the designated pedestrian walkway when she was struck by an oncoming vehicle.