The deputy working for the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office involved in a deadly rear-end collision at the beginning of October is once again at the center of a collision between law enforcement and a civilian. According to reports from various news agencies, this most recent crash happened on Tuesday, November 6th, at around 4:40 in the afternoon.
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A deadly motorcycle accident that happened along Vine Street in the Osceola County city of Kissimmee resulted in the death of one individual and the continued investigation by the Florida Highway Patrol into the incident. Preliminary reports relating to the crash suggest that the incident was the result of a collision between a motorcycle and something else, although the vagueness of the reports made it unclear whether or not the crash was between the motorcycle and another car or if the motorcycle perhaps collided with something that was not a vehicle.
A spokesperson for Orange City recently issued a statement regarding the death of a pedestrian within Orange City that happened after they were struck by a car on Saturday, October 20th. According to this official statement, the victim was a 49-year-old woman from Orange City who was walking along either U.S. Highway 17/92 or New York Avenue at close to 9:00 at night when they reached the intersection of these two roadways and decided to try and cross the street.
A deputy working with the Marion County Sheriff’s Office was involved in a severe car accident on Sunday, October 14th. The deputy was inside of a patrol vehicle and traveling down Southeast 38th Street inside of Marion County when the incident happened. Official reports provide most of the information relating to the crash; however, because the crash involved a police officer it is likely going to be some time before the full details relating to the incident are released to the public.
Investigators working with the Florida Highway Patrol are trying to quickly discover the reasons behind an incident that took place on Friday, October 12th, that involved a school bus accident with students, a Jeep, and a private swimming pool located in the backyard of a Pine Hills home. Reports from the Florida Highway Patrol that have emerged so far indicate that the exact reasons behind the incident are not clear and it appears that the participants in the accident possess slightly different stories as to what happened.
A multi-vehicle auto accident that happened on Tuesday, October 2nd, left one person dead and several others with severe injuries. According to a report from the Florida Highway Patrol, the incident, which happened inside of Orange County, took place roughly around 7:40 in the evening at the intersection of Sheringham Road and Silver Star Road.
A hit-and-run accident along U.S.1 and Viera Boulevard has left a 31-year-old person from Melbourne in serious condition. According to the preliminary reports from the Florida Highway Patrol, it was somewhere around 8:00 on the evening of Saturday, September 22nd when the accident between a red convertible and a motorcycle took place. At the time of this writing it is not clear if the authorities possess any credible leads in relation to the incident or if they are still waiting for someone to come forward and provide important information that pertains to the incident in question.
Either on or close to September 9th, police with the Florida Highway Patrol working with Orange County responded to reports of an auto accident along State Road 417. It is not clear who called the police regarding the crash, and it is possible that the collision was discovered by a passing Florida Highway Patrol member who was on patrol at the time. When the Florida Highway Patrol and other first responders (including EMTs, paramedics, and members of the Orange County Fire and Rescue service) reached the location indicated, they found a single car that was lying on its roof close to the off ramp that led from State Road 417 to Colonial Drive (also known as Exit 34).
The social media device FaceTime became an essential tool for a Pasco County man who was frantically trying to locate his missing daughter at the end of August. According to reports from the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office, the man returned home from work on Tuesday, August 28th, to find that both his child and the person watching the child were no longer in the home.