Truck Accident | Orlando Accident & Injury Blog
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.
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.
First responders and detectives with the Florida Highway Patrol operating within Hillsborough County are currently trying to piece together the chain of events leading up to a fatal pickup truck accident that claimed the life of a 24-year-old man from Tampa early Monday morning on Jackson Road.
Members of the Florida Highway Patrol are currently still investigating a fatal accident involving a single pickup that crashed in Marion County, killing the driver. According to the reports from the FHP, the incident took place during the afternoon of Friday, August 21st, while the individual in question, a 56-year-old man from Alabama, was traveling down the southern lanes of Interstate 75.
An incident that took place close to Tampa remains under investigation by members of the Florida Highway Patrol working within Hillsborough County. Reports from the authorities indicated that the truck accident in question took place very early in the morning on Thursday, the 16th of July. At the time of this writing, what we know comes from reports issued by the Florida Highway Patrol.
A child from Osceola County is in stable condition at Arnold Palmer Children’s Hospital after being involved in a severe and nearly fatal pickup truck accident on the morning of Monday, May 11th. Reports from the Osceola County Fire Rescue stated that the incident began shortly before 11:45 in the morning, when a pickup truck was traveling down Silver Lake Court within Osceola County.
A head-on collision in Lake County during the early morning of Saturday, March 14th resulted in a hefty investigation on the part of the Florida Highway Patrol following a single fatality. Much about the nature of the crash currently remains either unknown or uncertain pending the outcome of the investigation. We do know, however, that two vehicles, a pickup truck and a tractor-trailer, were involved.
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).