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After rumors of her death started to circulate online, it has been publicly announced that Venezuelan model Ariana Viera sadly succumbed to the severe injuries she sustained during a rear-end collision with a semi-truck on Boggy Creek Road near Lake Nona back in mid-July.
Troopers with the Florida Highway Patrol are asking for the public’s assistance this morning as they continue their search for the driver of an SUV who was involved in a multi-vehicle collision that severely injured a pedestrian and several others along State Road 50 near downtown Orlando.
Authorities with the Florida Highway Patrol are currently investigating the death of an 87-year-old woman who was killed during a three-vehicle collision yesterday afternoon along Silver Star Road in Pine Hills, a suburb just outside of Orlando.
A trooper with the Florida Highway Patrol is recovering from minor injuries this weekend after a 24-year-old man from Orlando slammed into the back of his patrol car early Thursday morning on State Road 408 in Orange County.
According to the responding troopers with the Florida Highway Patrol working within Brevard County, a 32-year-old woman sustained fatal injuries early Saturday morning after her disabled vehicle was struck by an oncoming motorist along Interstate 95 near Viera.
Preliminary reports from members of the Florida Highway Patrol working in Orange County state that a female resident of Orlando lost her life over the weekend during a two-car crash near a busy intersection in Pine Hills.
Although the official cause of the fatal multi-vehicle pileup has yet to be released to the public, authorities with the Florida Highway Patrol have indicated that a 62-year-old woman from Orlando lost her life earlier this morning when the crash occurred along John Young Parkway near Blackstone Drive.
Authorities with the Florida Highway Patrol have officially opened a formal investigation into a fatal auto accident involving a FedEx delivery truck, an FHP patrol car, and a passenger vehicle that occurred this past Thursday evening along State Road 528 in Orange County.
Traffic detectives operating out of Orange County have opened a formal investigation into the near-death of a 25-year-old local resident after he was struck by two separate vehicles early Thursday morning while attempting to cross the street at the intersection of Americana Boulevard and Texas Avenue outside Orlando.
Recent data published by AAA sheds an unsettling light into wrong-way crashes on divided highways throughout the country in general, and Florida in particular. The data compiled by AAA states that, every year, about 500 people die as a result of head-on or wrong-way crashes that take place on divided highways. In Florida, it is estimated that between 30 and 35 people die every year as a result of wrong-way crashes on divided highways. These types of collisions, while not accounting for the majority of crashes throughout the state, are some of the most violent and fatal accidents that can take place, which is why this new report from AAA is so important.