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A late-September car crash on an Orlando stretch of I-4 resulted in the death of an unnamed woman, says reports from the Orlando Police Department. Their full report, which was issued shortly after the initial investigation was conducted, states that it was just after 12:30 on the morning of Friday, September 25th, when the woman was driving her 2014 blue Mini Cooper down the western lanes of I-4, close to the intersection with Conroy Road. A second vehicle was reportedly involved, but this vehicle and its driver were not described in any way.
Early in April, a single-car crash took place on Merritt Island that resulted in an in-depth and ongoing investigation by the Florida Highway Patrol. We know so far that the incident took place sometime before 7:30 in the morning on Wednesday, April 1st. The exact time of the crash remains an object of some speculation. Authorities were only notified after an employee with the Kennedy Space Center saw the crashed car along the side of the road, close to the intersection of Courtenay Parkway and Bio Lab Road. It is not clear if the Kennedy Space Center employee was also in their car or if they happened to catch sight of the flipped vehicle while on foot somewhere nearby.
Information regarding an accident that happened along State Road 408 in Orange County on the morning of Wednesday, March 25th, remains somewhat murky. At the time of this writing, we have several reports from the Florida Highway Patrol to go off of, but these reports remain somewhat scant as the incident remains under investigation. What we do know comes from various updates and statements made by the Orlando Fire Department, members of which responded to reports of a single-car crash along the off-ramp leading from State Road 408 onto Orange Blossom Trail.
Police within Orange County are investigating a fatal car accident which took place on Thursday, October 3rd, along Colonial Drive and Chickasaw Trail. The initial reports from the Florida Highway Patrol posted that the accident happened as a result of a street race.
A collision involving a single car that took place in northern Florida on Tuesday, October 1st, resulted in the death of an Apopka woman and the serious injury of another individual. Reports from the Florida Highway Patrol indicated that this incident took place along a stretch of I-75 that runs through Columbia County at some point during the afternoon of the Tuesday in question.
A violent collision between two vehicles in Orange County resulted in one fatality, one hospitalization, and two cars burning throughout the afternoon of Friday, July 19th. Reports from the Orange County Fire Rescue crew that responded to the incident indicated that the crash took place along Goldenrod Road, close to the intersection between Goldenrod and Curry Ford Road, sometime close to 3:30 in the afternoon.
A group of the congregation from a church in Orlando received a tremendous surprise on Thursday, June 13th, when a car crashed through the front of the building and drove through the church’s lobby only thirty minutes before a large meeting was supposed to take place within the structure. According to reports from emergency response crews working within the city of Orlando, the auto accident took place sometime close to 7:30 at night. At 8:00, a service was scheduled to happen at the church, meaning that if the accident had happened just a short time later, the results could have been tragic in the extreme.
An international manhunt that has lasted over a year reached its conclusion this past Tuesday with the apprehension of the man involved in a fatal high-speed auto accident on June 24, 2017 in Highlands County, Florida.
A well-placed surveillance camera was able to record the actions of a local hero for posterity after the person in question rescued a stranger who had driven their car into a retention pond located in Orange County after being involved in an auto accident. Official news reports indicate that the incident took place on Saturday, August 18th, although there is no official indication of what time the incident occurred.
A head-on wrong-way collision on Interstate 295 critically injured two drivers in each of the vehicles, according to the Florida Highway Patrol. William Uhrmann Jr., 28, of Jacksonville was southbound in the center lane of the northbound lanes of the interstate shortly after 4 a.m. and collided with a northbound car driven by Wallace Beale, 69, of St. Johns near the exit for southbound I-95. Police are still investigating the accident to figure out the cause of Uhrmann’s wrong-way travel. Police had received several calls from other drivers about the wrong-way driver and were responding when the collision occurred. Both men were transported to the hospital with serious injuries.