Interstate 95 Crash | Orlando Accident & Injury Blog
A sheriff’s deputy was killed over the weekend when his police cruiser was crashed into by a semi-truck that had suffered a serious tire blowout, causing it to swerve into the adjacent lane and into the officer’s vehicle.
A fun Florida family vacation quickly turned into a tragedy when a family of three’s SUV veered off the road and into a tree. The single-vehicle crash, which happened on Interstate 95 near the International Golf Parkway and St. Augustine, left a 32 year old mother and her four year old son dead. The father, age 37, remains in critical condition at a nearby Florida hospital. A fourth person in the vehicle, identified as a 42 year old aunt, is being treated for minor injuries.
A multi-vehicle crash on Interstate 95 late Sunday left several people injured, including three infants. The crash happened late Sunday just south of Mims, Florida. Although all those involved were taken to a nearby hospital for treatment, the Florida Highway Patrol reports that all are now recovering without any serious injuries. One officer specifically notes that the fact all three infants were properly strapped into car seats played a big role in their well-being.
The Florida Highway Patrol has released information regarding the crash that occurred on Sunday night that left two people dead and the right lane of Interstate 95, southbound, closed. According to Sgt. Kim Montes, the Florida Highway Patrol’s spokesperson, the accident happened around 6:15 in the evening.