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).
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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.
An individual deployed as an emergency response dispatcher for the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office made a few unfortunate decisions while saddened over some pictures he saw on social media of his ex-wife. According to reports from the Polk County Sheriff’s Office, the dispatcher had seen the pictures at some point during the day on Tuesday, July 2nd. The dispatcher told the officers that he had Googled his ex-wife’s name and that this search took him to her Instagram page. On this page were pictures of his ex-wife with another man, and after seeing these pictures the dispatcher became very sad.
An investigation remains underway into an incident that took place in Orange County this past Tuesday, September 4th, that left at least one car in a badly damaged state. It is not immediately clear if any people were injured as a result of the auto accident, and it is also not known whether or not more than one car was damaged.
Two individuals found themselves in a precarious situation on Sunday, September 2nd, after the car in which they were traveling ran off of the road and crashed into a retention pond in the Orange County city of Orlando. Reports from the Florida Highway Patrol indicate that it was early in the morning, close to 4:30, and the two were traveling down John Young Parkway, close to where this road intersects with Taft Vineland Road.
A pickup truck crash that happened in Osceola County on the morning of Saturday, September 1st, has resulted in the death of one person. Troopers with the Florida Highway Patrol were the among the first to respond to the incident, and their official report provides us with much of the known details in the case. Additional facts will likely become available as the investigation into the incident progresses, although it does seem possible that the police will not provide official updates if the case does not take any unusual turns.
Members of the Florida Highway Patrol recently released most of the known facts relating to an incident that took place in Orange County on Tuesday, August 21st, and resulted in the death of a 52-year-old man. The report indicates that the auto accident happened around 5:45, and that it involved at least three vehicles that were traveling down Avalon Road and/or Schofield Road, close to or at the location where these roads intersect. This intersection is also near to the Orange County city of Winter Garden.
Officials from the Orange County Fire Rescue service released a statement recently regarding a frightening school bus accident that took place on Tuesday, August 14th, and resulted in the injury of several children and at least one adult. According to the official report from a spokesperson with the Orange County Public Schools, the incident happened at around 5:30 in the evening, when a school bus was driving 14 children from the Positive Pathways Transition Center towards an unspecified location.
In a strange turn of events, an investigation into the death of a 34-year-old homeless woman that was struck and killed by a car on State Road A1A in Daytona Beach has likely reached a conclusion that has resulted in no charges being filed against the driver of the truck that caused her death.
An Orlando-area motorcyclist was killed this week when a car pulled out in front of him. According to the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP), the 55-year-old motorcyclist was driving his 2006 Kawasaki motorcycle south on Orlando’s Goldenrod Road. As he approached Pershing Avenue, a Toyota pickup truck making a U-turn pulled out in front of him. The motorcyclist crashed directly into the truck and died at the scene. The driver of the pickup truck, a 44-year-old female from Kissimmee, Florida, was taken to Florida Hospital East for treatment to minor injuries.