On the morning of Wednesday, March 4th, police and troopers working within Orange County responded to reports of a semi-truck accident that occurred along State Road 528. According to the subsequent informational releases from the various law enforcement and emergency response agencies, the accident took place sometime before noon, although there was no further clarification regarding the precise time that the incident actually happened.
Officers with the Florida Highway Patrol as well as emergency response teams from throughout Orlando and Orange County were on-hand to respond to an incident that took place on Wednesday, February 26th, along heavily trafficked stretch of Interstate 4 within the city of Orlando. According to reports from various news agencies as well as the various emergency response teams that rushed to the scene of the semi-truck accident, the event began sometime close to 9:00 at night on Wednesday, after a collision occurred involving a tractor-trailer that was hauling frozen food through the area.
According to incident reports acquired from the Florida Highway Patrol, a fatal semi-truck collision occurred this past Thanksgiving weekend when it struck an Orlando-based tow truck on the Florida Turnpike.
Early on Monday morning, a trucking accident happened in the southern lanes of the Florida Turnpike within the city of Orlando that resulted in massive delays as well as a hefty cleanup organized and conducted by the Florida Highway Patrol in concert with numerous other emergency cleanup organizations.
Pictures released by the Florida Highway Patrol spoke louder than any of the alarmed commentary issued by news agencies regarding a semi-truck accident that took place within Orange County during the evening of Wednesday, July 10th. The images, captured using cameras owned by the Florida Department of Transportation, showed the middle portion of what was likely a harrowing experience through and through. We can see, through the thickening gloom, a line of cars backed up along State Road 528. At the front of this line, causing the lengthy delays, is a semi truck.
A crash that took place within Lake County on the morning of Thursday, July 11th, resulted in the death of a 22-year-old man. Shortly before the incident, sometime before 5:30 in the morning, the 22-year-old was driving their 2008 Chevrolet down U.S. 27. It is believed that they were approaching the intersection of U.S. 27 and Heritage Drive, just south of the Florida Turnpike, when the collision itself took place. The other vehicle involved in the crash, a semi-truck with an attached trailer, was traveling ahead of the Chevrolet. It is believed that both of the vehicles in question were driving the same way in the same lane.
Officers with the Tampa Police Department recently responded to reports of an auto accident that took place between a person riding a rented electric scooter and a truck that was traveling down the northern lanes of 20th Street. According to the official reports, it was 4:45 in the afternoon when the incident occurred. The scooter in question, a rental provided by the popular Lime app, was being driven by a 33-year-old individual. It is not clear where they were headed.
Officers with the Florida Highway Patrol were among the numerous first responders to rush to the scene of an accident that resulted in the death of a pedestrian in Osceola County. According to the initial reports from the FHP, the incident happened very early on the morning of Wednesday, May 29th, and involved a tractor-trailer as well as the pedestrian.
A ten-year-old child was killed on Wednesday, April 24th, after being struck by a semi-truck while riding a bicycle home from Wetherbee Elementary School in Orlando. At the time of this writing, the truck and the driver involved have not been located or identified.
A collision between two trucks in Orange County on Wednesday, January 30th, led county officials to shut down large portions of State Road 528 in order to best aid the cleanup and initial investigation. According to early reports from police with the Orlando Police Department, the truck accident took place shortly after 8:00 in the morning and involved at least two vehicles, one of which is believed to be a pickup truck while the other was described in the initial report as simply being a “truck.”