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Troopers with the Florida Highway Patrol are currently requesting the public’s assistance with the identification of a vehicle that struck and killed a pedestrian last Saturday morning along an on-ramp in Osceola County.
Officers with the Florida Highway Patrol operating within Osceola County have officially opened a formal investigation into the death of a 34-year-old man from Kissimmee after he sustained fatal injuries during an accident with a tractor-trailer early Tuesday morning along Interstate 4 near State Road 536.
In what was supposed to be a fun-filled weekend of backyard barbecues, fireworks, and family reunions, the 4th of July celebrations were cut short for one family in Osceola County after a father and son duo were both tragically killed in a wrong-way collision Sunday evening along County Road 523.
Driving through construction zones is something people behind the wheel of vehicles must do on a fairly frequent basis. As anyone who has had this experience will tell you, these areas are often full of traffic cones, flashing lights, temporary barriers, and even workers holding signs. All of these features are for the purpose of keeping the construction workers safe from the cars that pass through the area. Unfortunately, even this wide array of features is not enough for some drivers.