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Family members of a couple killed by a drunk driver in Central Florida over a decade ago may finally be able to seek some justice and perhaps a little bit of closure as authorities in Mexico apprehended the primary suspect and extradited him back to the United States to face a flurry of felonious charges for his alleged involvement in their deaths.
The bustling community of Pembroke Pines made national headlines earlier this week as three people were killed after a single-engine airplane presumably suffered an unspecified mechanical failure and crash-landed close to North Perry Airport on Monday, March 15th, 2021, in South Florida. The entire fatal aviation accident was captured by a neighborhood Ring doorbell video which revealed that right before the aircraft came to a stop in a grassy patch of land, the small Beechcraft Bonanza collided with an electrical power line and an SUV that happened to be driving through the area.
According to preliminary collision reports from the Florida Highway Patrol operating within Orange County, five members of the same family tragically lost their lives this past Thursday evening after their car was involved in a violent side-impact collision with an oncoming vehicle at the intersection of Clarcona Ocoee Road at Gaymar Drive in Lake Mary.
A fatal crash in Orlando remains under investigation after a car collided with a stopped pickup pulling an attached trailer on the northbound lanes of Chickasaw Trail. Reports on the incident come from members of the Florida Highway Patrol working within Orange County who responded to the initial reports of the accident and were among the first emergency workers at the scene.
An investigation is underway into the death of a pedestrian after they were struck and killed by a vehicle in early December while attempting to cross Orange Blossom Trail. After the incident was reported to authorities, members of the Florida Highway Patrol were among the first responders to arrive. It is from their reports on the incident that we currently have the most comprehensive information surrounding the fatal accident.
Tragic news out of the Florida Panhandle as the local Panama City Beach Police Department investigates a fatal auto accident that killed two children at a mini-golf course over the weekend. Preliminary incident reports indicate that the young siblings from Louisville, Kentucky were enjoying a round of putt-putt with their family members when a pickup truck suddenly veered off a nearby roadway and crashed into them.
Officials with the Florida Highway Patrol and the Miami-Dade Fire Rescue are currently investigating a deadly multi-vehicle pileup that claimed the life of a motorcyclist along the northbound lanes of Interstate 95 on Thursday, November 26th, 2020. Preliminary collision reports indicate that the motorcyclist was traveling within the I-95 Express North lane in northern Miami-Dade County when, for reasons that are unknown at this time, the biker suddenly crashed into three separate vehicles before being ejected from the motorcycle.
Members of the Florida Highway Patrol working within Orange County were among the numerous first responders to the scene of a crash that happened within the county towards the beginning of November. Reports from the FHP stated that the incident involved at least two vehicles and resulted in at least two fatalities as well as one person hospitalized with serious injuries.
On the night of Monday, October 26th, officers with the Orlando Police Department were called to the intersection of Curry Ford Road and Woodgate Boulevard after an accident involving a car and a pedestrian. Reports from the police were swift in reaching the news, and they led with the information that the incident was, in fact, a hit-and-run crash. These sorts of collisions are distressingly common within Central Florida, but their occurrence never ceases to sadden and cause alarm.
Authorities within Seminole County are working to put together the sequence of events that led to an individual dying after being thrown from the bed of a pickup truck as it was traveling along State Road 417. At the time of this writing, reports from the Florida Highway Patrol indicated that the incident took place shortly after 2:00 on the morning of Wednesday, October 14th.