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A hit-and-run accident that took place in Orange County towards the end of November is still under investigation as members of the Florida Highway Patrol work to uncover who was behind the wheel of a pickup truck as it careened through the parking lot of a Publix grocery store. Early reports from the scene included statements from witnesses. These statements indicated that the circumstances that ultimately led to the fatal crash began inside of Publix, which is located along East Colonial Drive close to Chuluota.
Recently, we reported on a hit-and-run collision that took place within Orange County and was partially responsible for the death of two pedestrians and the injury of two others. In the initial report, we described how a collision between a Dodge Durango and a pedestrian early on the morning of July 4th had resulted in three additional pedestrians rushing to assist the fatally injured person.
Towards the end of last month, we reported on a hit-and-run accident in the Brevard County city of Viera that left a motorcyclist in serious condition and police working to find the person responsible. Early in October, and around two weeks after the initial incident, troopers working with the Florida Highway Patrol received some needed answers in the case when a 79-year-old woman from Viera identified themselves as the person behind the wheel of the Fiat Spider that struck the motorcyclist.
Collision between a motorcyclist and a Honda Civic at the intersection of Ivey Lane and Gore Street in Orlando has left one individual in critical condition at the hospital and another on the run from both the police and the consequences of their actions.
A 36-year-old Tampa woman is behind bars in Pinellas County for her role in a hit-and-run accident that left a man dead shortly after 2 a.m. on Monday, Feb. 15th on the Howard Frankland Bridge.
On the morning of Tuesday, February 23rd, 2016, an elderly woman was hit by a semi-truck as she waited to cross the road. The woman survived, but the incident left her hospitalized in critical condition.
In late August, a hit-and-run accident killed a bicyclist near Orlando on U.S. 192. The Florida Highway Patrol said the bicyclist, Reyes Azamar, was hit by the driver of a four-door Mazda 2006. The driver then fled the scene on foot. Witnesses described the driver to police, who were still looking for him last week.
A devastating hit-and-run accident caused a grandmother to grieve uncontrollably for her lost grandchild. According to media reports, Amy Greenman said she had been shot by a purse snatcher and her sister died in the 9/11 attacks. But nothing, she said, compares to the loss she felt after her 4-year-old granddaughter was killed.
Osceola County deputies recently arrested an Orange County man in connection with a road rage incident. Deputies say that the 37-year-old suspect was southbound on Poinciana Boulevard near Trafalgar Boulevard about 8:40 p.m. when he drove behind another vehicle and began flashing his headlights. They say that the suspect then pulled alongside the other car, rolled down his window and began swearing at the other driver and asking why he was driving so slowly. The exchange led to the two drivers getting into an argument, which resulted in the suspect getting out of his car and pounding on the other driver’s door while screaming and threatening to kill him, according to the arrest report.
Florida Fish and Wildlife Investigators have recovered the boat that struck and injured two people in a hit-and-run boating accident, but they are asking for the public’s help in finding the person or persons responsible for the accident. Investigators found the 25-foot WhiteWater boat on Sunday, July 29th, in the Dinner Key Marina, but they do not have much information regarding who was piloting the vessel when it struck the two victims. Earlier that day, the boat slammed into a 13-foot Boston Whaler, and the collision wounded the two people aboard the smaller boat, one of them seriously.