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Preliminary collision reports from officers with the Florida Highway Patrol working within Volusia County are currently investigating the cause of a deadly pickup truck accident that claimed the lives of two teenagers and severely injured two others Monday evening along Osteen Maytown Road near Uranus Trail in the city of Osteen.
Preliminary collision reports from troopers with the Florida Highway Patrol indicate that a 16-year-old motorcyclist from Deltona suffered fatal injuries Monday morning after he was involved in an auto accident with another motorist close to an I-4 entrance ramp in Volusia County.
Authorities with the Florida Highway Patrol operating within Volusia County are currently working to determine the identity of a male pedestrian who was struck and killed early this past Saturday morning along Interstate 95 near the LPGA Boulevard exit in Daytona Beach.
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.
According to the on-duty officers with the Florida Highway Patrol operating within Volusia County, two people have died and four more have been seriously injured after they were involved in a fatal rear-end collision early Friday morning along State Road 472 outside the city of DeLand.
According to early collision details from the Florida Highway Patrol and local Volusia County law enforcement agencies, a 30-year-old resident of Palm Coast was struck and killed by his own car early Friday morning during an unusual multi-vehicle pileup along Interstate 4 which ultimately led to the closure of this highly-trafficked stretch of roadway for nearly eight hours.
Police operating within Orange City are working to close an investigation into a fatal auto accident that happened within the city limits on Saturday, December 19th. According to a report from the investigating authorities, the incident happened very early in the morning, close to 1:00, and involved a single vehicle: a Chevy S10 pickup truck. The driver of this pickup truck was a 29-year-old individual, believed to be a resident of DeLand.
Authorities with the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office Traffic Homicide Unit are currently investigating a fatal auto accident which killed a 55-year-old man in front of his house along Courtland Boulevard in Deltona this past Friday evening. Preliminary reports indicate that the homeowner was standing in the street tending to his dog who had been run over by a different vehicle when he was struck by an oncoming Toyota sedan.
According to preliminary collision reports from the Daytona Beach Police Department, an innocent man was fatally injured in a hit-and-run accident on August 30th, 2020, during a high-speed chase between local authorities and a suspect who allegedly failed to pull over after running a stop sign.
On Wednesday, August 28th, a report was filed by the Florida Highway Patrol regarding a fatal accident that took place early that same morning inside of Volusia County. According to this report, the incident happened around 2:25 in the morning, a time when traffic is light and not many people are around to witness or participate in crashes. At this time, a 20-year-old person was behind the wheel of a 2002 Hyundai Sonata, traveling down the northern lane of Took Farms Road. It is not known if there were other cars in the area when the crash took place. It is not known if there were any witnesses to the crash.