Orlando Auto Accident | Orlando Accident & Injury Blog
A week ago, on Tuesday, a 67-year-old woman was in her home at 7381 High Lake Drive. It was close to 9:00 in the morning, a usually quiet time for this particular stretch of High Lake Drive which is located in between North Hiawassee Road and North Apopka Vineland Road and close to Lake Gem Elementary School. The woman, who has not been named, was in her kitchen, sitting at a table, when a car suddenly drove through the kitchen wall.
A recent three vehicle accident near Orlando have left two people dead. According to the police report, Brownsville Police responded to a three vehicle accident along the stretch of frontage road that runs in front of a strip mall and various chain restaurants. When they arrived, they found a man and woman pinned between a red car and white SUV.
According to the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP), five people were injured this week when a man ran a red light and collided with a Disney World bus. The car accident happened near the Disney World resort in Orlando, Florida.
Depending on the outcome of pending legislation, Florida drivers may soon find themselves taking the pedal off the metal. This is because the Florida legislature is currently considering lowering average speed limits across the state, from the current average of 45 mph to 25 mph in some areas. The current speed limit on most city, commercial and residential streets in 30 mph. School zones are 15 to 20 mph.