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A major crash involving a gas tanker in Orlando resulted in the death of a single individual on the morning of Thursday, May 14th. Reports concerning the incident first appeared via the Orlando Police Department and indicated that the crash had taken place close to 5:30 a.m. At the time of this writing, the incident remains under investigation and authorities have yet to indicate just what they believe caused the crash and whether or not they are holding any specific individual accountable for the incident.
A crash that took place along a stretch of Orange Blossom Trail inside of Orlando resulted in the death of two individuals and the injury of several others. Two vehicles were involved in the rear-end collision, which is believed to have occurred very early in the morning on Friday, October 4th. Reports from the Florida Highway Patrol provide us with the most current information we have regarding the incident, although it is believed that the crash remains under investigation.
A two-car crash that happened on Sunday, August 18th, in Marion County resulted in the death of a 79-year-old individual. According to reports from the Florida Highway Patrol, the rear-end collision happened close to the Market of Marion Flea Market, sometime during the afternoon. It is believed that only the two cars were involved, and that no one other than the 79-year-old was fatally injured.
A minor traffic accident led to one man’s death and another man’s arrest on a second-degree murder charge in Port Orange, Florida. According to police, a van driven by Robert Gelles, 63, rear-ended a truck slowing down for a traffic light on the afternoon of September 13th.