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An investigation into a fatal rear-end collision within Orange County is underway as members of the Florida Highway Patrol attempt to uncover just what happened to cause the incident to take place. What we know so far comes from reports issued by members of the Florida Highway Patrol. Troopers were on the scene shortly after the incident in question, and their eyewitness accounts and information regarding the subsequent investigation are some of the most important pieces in the puzzle.
An ongoing investigation into the death of a civilian after the car they were driving was rear-ended by an Osceola County deputy has reached a strange pause since the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office seemingly refuses to transfer important pieces of information over to the Florida Highway Patrol troopers responsible for the investigation. The initial incident was widely reported on in news outlets as well as on this blog.
A recent three-car auto accident on US-17 in Volusia County killed one man and sent another to a local hospital with serious injuries. The Florida Highway Patrol’s (FHP) investigation into the accident is still ongoing, but troopers expect to press charges against at least one of the drivers involved in the crash. Troopers say that a 33-year-old Pierson man was driving his 1995 Toyota Camry northbound on US-17 when he slowed to make a left turn. He was followed by a 41-year-old man, also from Pierson, who was driving a 2003 GMC. Troopers say that the driver of the GMC failed to slow down or stop his vehicle as the Camry slowed to make his turn and collided with the Camry.