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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.
According to preliminary investigations from troopers with the Florida Highway Patrol operating within Orange County, a 27-year-old Orlando motorcyclist was killed on Friday, October 16th, 2020, after being involved in a hit-and-run collision with two other vehicles close to the intersection of Lake Pickett Road and Percival Road.
An investigation is underway into the death of a Universal Orlando employee who was consumed by a flesh-eating bacteria over the course of several weeks towards the end of August. The individual, who is survived by his wife and two children, first noticed a problem during the middle of the month, when he began to experience flu-like symptoms. The initial response of the individual was to call a medical hotline, where they were told that they did indeed have the flu. When the symptoms didn’t subside, the individual went to the emergency room.
After the night of Friday, August 23rd, police and detectives working within the city of Melbourne were working together to investigate a pedestrian accident that took place along North Harbor City Boulevard and resulted in the death of an individual. In the initial reports on the incident, not many of the details were available. Even now, it is not entirely clear just what happened to result in the fatal crash involving a car and a pedestrian.
Reports are still emerging regarding an incident that took place in Citrus County on the night of Wednesday, August 21st, and resulted in the death of a pedestrian. What we know at the time of this writing is that the pedestrian in question was attempting to cross U.S. Highway 19 inside of Hernando County. It was sometime around 9:00 in the evening when the pedestrian was making this attempt. At the same time, the sheriff for Citrus County was on his way back from a board meeting.
Officers with the Florida Highway Patrol within Orange County were among the first responders to a fatal accident that occurred between a 2007 Ford four-door and a Kawasaki dirt bike. At the time of this writing, it is not believed that any charges are pending against any of the individuals involved in the accident.
Members of the Florida Highway Patrol in Orange County reported on a pedestrian accident that happened early on the morning of Monday, May 27th, and resulted in the death of one 62-year-old woman from Orlando. While the incident remains under investigation, the reports that have emerged so far indicate that it happened sometime around 1:15 in the morning, at the intersection of Orange Blossom Trail and 40th Street.