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In less than twenty-four hours after one of the deadliest structure collapses to occur on United States soil, except for the tragic events of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on our country, multiple litigation lawyers around Miami-Dade County started the legal proceedings in civil court for a class-action premises liability lawsuit against the Champlain Towers South condo association in Southern Florida.
According to multiple reports from numerous Florida media outlets, a 31-year-old man from Orlando was tragically killed on April 21st, 2021, after he fell off of his motorcycle while attempting to perform a dangerous stunt along the northbound lanes of Interstate 95 close to the Port St. John Parkway exit ramp in Brevard County.
A manhunt is currently underway in Orange County as authorities with the Florida Highway Patrol continue their search for two individuals believed to have been involved in a deadly hit-and-run accident that claimed the life of an 18-year-old man and severely injured another at the intersection of State Road 408 and Chickasaw Trail near Orlando this past Tuesday evening.
An investigation remains ongoing into the death of a pedestrian who was struck by at least two different vehicles while attempting to cross an Orlando road. What is currently known about the incident comes from reports filed by the Florida Highway Patrol. These reports indicated that the event took place during the night on Monday, January 11th, sometime around 9:00 p.m.
An investigation is underway into the circumstances surrounding the death of an employee who fell while working on maintaining the popular StarFlyer attraction within the tourist district of the City of Orlando. Reports from the Orange County Sheriff’s Office suggested that the incident took place on the morning of Monday, September 14th, while the individual, a 21-year-old, was performing routine maintenance on the machine.
Disney officials have yet to release an official statement regarding an individual who was discovered dead inside of a burning car close to a miniature golf course owned by the entertainment giant in Orange County. Reports from the Orange County Sheriff’s Office indicate that the police were first contacted shortly after 4:00 in the morning on Monday, August 20th, in order to help the Reedy Creek Fire Department extinguish and examine a vehicle fire that was raging close to the Fantasia Gardens Miniature Golf Course, a Disney-owned property.
On Thursday, August 2nd, a pedestrian was walking along the side of Highway 27, close Leesburg’s Northshore Drive, when they decided to attempt to cross the busy roadway. The Leesburg Police Department has issued an official statement regarding the incident in which all of the known information is disseminated. The end of the statement does indicate that the incident is still under investigation, which means that it is entirely possible that additional facts will come to light that will change this or that interpretation of the events that took place.
Friends and family of Boca Raton native Margarita Contreras, 58, can hopefully rest their heads a little easier this evening knowing that the man who allegedly caused her fatal hit-and-run accident seven months ago has finally been arrested, and is currently behind bars.
In the early hours of Monday, February 22nd, 2016, a multi-vehicle crash turned hit-and-run led to a fatal result for an Orlando man. The victim, 42-year-old Brett Adams, was pronounced dead at the scene of the crime.
In a terrible accident in the early morning hours of Monday, February 15th, 2016, a man was struck and killed while jogging on a rural road in Brevard County. The accident occurred along Satellite Boulevard near Dean Drive in the Cocoa West area, slightly north of State Road 520.