During the late morning of Sunday, August 11th, emergency vehicles within Ocala began receiving reports of a crash between two vehicles that had taken place along the 3500 block of West Silver Springs Boulevard. According to initial updates from the Ocala Fire Rescue, the incident took place around 11:30 in the morning and included only two vehicles. One of these vehicles was a Ford F-150, the other was a large fuel tanker.
Police with the Florida Highway Patrol are in the process of investigating an incident which took place on Wednesday, September 12th, and that resulted in the death of a 40-year-old individual from Daytona Beach. The early reports from the FHP indicated that the crash happened shortly before noon and that it involved a car and a tractor-trailer, both of which were traveling along Sand Lake Road in the Orange County city of Orlando.
A single-truck crash between a pickup and a tree in Osceola County on Sunday resulted in the death of one individual and the hospitalization of another. Reports from the Florida Highway Patrol indicate that the incident happened around noon, although they do not indicate what the state of the roads were at that time or if the weather was at all inclement (factors which can easily contribute towards a driver losing control of their vehicle).
A car accident involving multiple vehicles left one person severely injured. According to Orlando police, the accident happened early Monday morning near the intersection of West Oak Ridge Road and Millenia Boulevard.
The quiet of Monday morning in New Smyrna Beach was shattered early on Monday morning after a car was driven through a fence and into a home at around 3:30 a.m. Members of the Florida Highway Patrol were quick to arrive at the house after an unidentified individual who either witnessed the event or stumbled upon the aftermath called 9-1-1. The initial report, while lacking much information, discussed the immediately known facts of the case.
A crash that occurred this past Sunday close to 6130 East Colonial Drive in Orlando resulted in the death of at least one individual and the serious injury of another. Members of the Orange County Fire Rescue and the Florida Highway Patrol have issued a statement regarding the situation that provides the most current details on the case. According to this statement, a GMC pickup truck and a Honda Civic were both involved in the accident, which happened close to an Orlando Home Depot.
A tragic fatal pickup truck accident occurred this past Sunday morning at approximately 10:45 a.m., when two men were injured and two men were killed in a terrible rollover collision on Orange Blossom Trail near Mott Avenue in Orange County, Florida.
This past Saturday, at close to 1:45 in the morning, a man named Edison Garzon, believed to be a resident of Kissimmee, was driving a Chrysler down the eastbound lanes of the Osceola Parkway. As he neared the point of the Parkway that comes close to the Florida Turnpike, Garzon approached a traffic light governing the intersection between the Parkway and another—as of yet unnamed—road. The light at the time that Garzon approached the intersection was showing red for the eastbound lanes, meaning that Garzon should have begun slowing down as he approached.
Last Friday, a box truck transporting coconuts north on State Road 429 around 5:10 in the evening got a flat tire around mile marker 15. The truck pulled over to the side of the road and the driver exited the vehicle. A passing driver in a Ford van noticed that the box truck and pulled over to assist. While they were sitting on the northbound shoulder, another Ford, a pickup pulling a trailer, approached the incident. At this time, all of the occupants of both the truck and the van were standing outside of their vehicles, appraising the situation and attempting to change the tire.
Early on Wednesday morning, an accident happened along the part of Interstate 4 that cuts through Seminole County. According to the Florida Highway Patrol, the accident involved a semi-truck, but it is not clear whether or not any other vehicles were involved in the accident or if the truck was a lone agent in what proved to be a deadly incident.