Orange County auto accident attorneys
A car that crashed into a retention pond in Orange County contained four individuals, all of whom required assistance from the Maitland Fire Department when it came to escaping from the partially submerged vehicle. Reports from the Maitland Fire Department put the time of the car accident somewhere around 2:15 in the afternoon. It is not known if the area was suffering from inclement weather due to Hurricane Dorian or if the incident was the result of some other factors that led to the driver losing control of the vehicle and crashing into the pond.
Officials within Orange County have released a report concerning an auto accident that happened within Orlando on Wednesday, May 29th, and resulted in a 58-year-old needing to be airlifted to a nearby hospital as well as receiving a ticket for careless driving. The reports from the scene of the incident suggest that the accident only involved one car and that there was only one individual within this car at the time of the crash.
A 57-year-old Orange County resident died earlier this month when the car they were driving collided with a barrier located along the central dividing median of State Road 528. Early reports from the Florida Highway Patrol provided the public with little information regarding the reasons behind the incident, but they did suggest that the fatal car crash was still under investigation and that further reports on the incident in question might be expected.
A fatal auto accident that took place within Orange County this past week is still under investigation as the Florida Highway Patrol attempts to uncover just what caused the collision. Reports that have emerged so far indicate that it was close to 5:00 in the morning on Saturday, March 23rd, when three cars were speeding down eastbound State Road 408. It is not clear if these three cars were racing or if their trajectories had nothing at all to do with one another.