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According to preliminary reports from officials with the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office, one person died and three people were injured during a severe head-on collision this past weekend in Deltona.
After three and a half years of waiting and countless tears shed, the family and friends of an Ormond Beach woman can hopefully feel a sense of closure this week after the driver responsible for her death was convicted of vehicular homicide by a Volusia County jury.
A local weather system classified by Florida meteorologists as “super fog” created dangerous driving conditions for motorists early Thursday morning and led to a multi-vehicle accident that claimed the lives of three individuals along Interstate 95 in Volusia County.
A recent rash of deadly auto accidents have left authorities with the Florida Highway Patrol working around-the-clock to bring some sort of closure to the families who have tragically lost their loved one. Unfortunately they’ll be adding yet another fatal collision to their current set of cases as they attempt to unravel the chain of events that led to the death of a 60-year-old Port Orange motorcyclist last Wednesday morning on Interstate 95.
Florida Highway Patrol officers working within Volusia County have recently released additional crash details surrounding a fatal auto accident involving a semi-truck that occurred a little over two weeks ago. On Thursday, June 18th, 2020, troopers responded to emergency calls of a serious big-rig collision along the shoulder of Interstate 95, in which two individuals had been injured, one fatally.