Fatal Florida Car Accident | Orlando Accident & Injury Blog
A high-speed chase that took the life of a 22-year-old person on June 12th of 2016 has resurfaced again as the family of the crash victim is now suing three separate entities: the deputy who instigated the chase, the person being chased, and the Orange County sheriff. According to official documents, the family of the deceased claims that the high speed chase should never have happened, and that the over-zealous activities of the deputy resulted in the collision that cost the suing family’s daughter her life.
A Daytona Beach car accident has left one person dead and another injured. The Accident happened on Monday at East International Boulevard and Beach street when, according to local police, a Ford Escape traveling at a speed of up to 90 mph hit an eastbound Buick. The driver of the Buick, a pregnant woman, was taken to a nearby hospital where she is said to be in stable condition. The passenger, a male, was pronounced dead at the scene.
A 19-year-old Fort Lauderdale resident was behind the wheel of a Honda Civic on Saturday, April 21st, when he momentarily lost control of his car. A report from the Florida Highway Patrol at work in Brevard County indicates that the incident took place on Interstate 95, shortly before or after 4:15 in the morning. The 18-year-old was joined in their vehicle by a 21-year-old from Copper City. It is not known where the two people were coming from nor towards where they were headed, but we do know that before they could get there the driver of the civic swerved out of the southbound lane and onto the right shoulder.
A devastating crash in Orange County over this past weekend left one person dead and two others badly injured after several cars collided along Orange Blossom Trail, close to the intersection of Orange Blossom Trail and Orinoco Drive. Florida Highway Patrol members working in Orange County responded to the crash and have issued an initial report that outlines the majority of known details, although the report takes care to indicate that the incident is still under investigation and that any charges against those involved are pending.
Early Tuesday morning at around 9:30 a.m., a fatal auto accident involving a family of three occurred at Colonial Drive and Pete Parrish Boulevard in Orlando, close to the Central Florida Fairgrounds. The collision itself was so forceful that it caused their vehicle to immediately become engulfed in flames upon impact with a tree on the side of the road.