Orange Blossom Trail Crash | Orlando Accident & Injury Blog
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.
After stealing a car in Orange County, Florida, the driver lost control and crashed into a pole. According to the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP), the fatal crash happened early Thursday morning. The driver of the stolen 2010 Kia had exited the Florida Turnpike and started traveling northbound on Orange Blossom Trail near Landstreet Road. For unknown reasons, he lost control of the vehicle, left the road and crashed into a nearby pole. Presumably driving at a high rate of speed, the impact split the vehicle into two pieces.
This past Friday night, a pedestrian was walking along Orange Blossom Trail in Seminole County, nearing the intersection with Orange Blossom Trail and Overland Road, when he decided to cross the street. At the same time that the pedestrian, who has recently been identified by troopers with the Florida Highway Patrol as a 64-year-old Orlando resident McKeeby, began trying to cross from the western headed side of Orange Blossom Trail to the eastbound side of the road a motorcyclist neared the area.
A 63-year-old Orlando man was pronounced dead at Orlando Regional Medical Center this past Wednesday evening after sustaining severe injuries in a car accident on Waterbridge Drive. According to the report from the Florida Highway Patrol, the man, Dario Pineda Romera, received the injuries while standing outside of his vehicle at the intersection of Waterbridge Drive and Orange Blossom Trail.