State Road 528 Accident | Orlando Accident & Injury Blog
An Orlando man died following an automobile crash on State Road 528 last Friday – a chain reaction crash that also left three others injured. According to the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP), the accident started when a 31 year old male driver rear ended a 2013 BMW driven by a 37 year old male driver in the westbound lanes of State Road 528 at mile marker 31 in Orange County, Florida. The rear end accident left the BMW in the left late.
On Saturday afternoon, State Road 528 was the site of yet another devastating car accident. At around 4:30 in the afternoon, and just before the 21st mile marker, a car (which the initial police report did not describe) was traveling westbound on State Road 528 when something occurred either inside the cab or with the operating mechanism of the vehicle that caused the car to suddenly depart from the roadway and drive towards a row of trees at a high rate of speed. Unable to stop in time, the car collided with the trees, badly injuring the driver and causing less severe injuries to both passengers, one of whom was a child.
A fatal accident took place late on Wednesday morning, shortly before 12:00pm, along a stretch of the Beachline in Orange County. The Florida Highway Patrol’s statement on the crash indicates that the deceased is believed to be a 21-year-old man from Rockledge, although no name or other identifying details are currently public knowledge. Further biographical information is pending contact with the dead man’s next of kin.
Two Accidents on State Road 528 in Orange and Brevard Counties Leave Two Dead, Several in Critical Condition
On Monday, two unconnected incidents on State Road 528 in Orange County left two individuals dead and several others in serious and uncertain conditions at hospitals.