Reports emerged from Marion County on the afternoon of Friday, July 5th, regarding an accident that took place when a motorcycle collided with the rear of an SUV while traveling down State Road 40. According to the Florida Highway Patrol, where the initial reports came from, the motorcycle accident took place shortly before 2:30 in the afternoon, when a 60-year-old individual was riding their Harley-Davidson without a helmet. It is not known if this person was obeying the speed limit at the time of the crash, but it was reported that they were approaching a stoplight when the accident took place.
A car accident that took place within the city of DeLand resulted in one person being rushed to the hospital for treatment of injuries that were deemed critical. At the time of this writing, much of the information relating to the accident remains obscured within the investigative efforts of the DeLand Police Department, but some reports have been issued from both this entity and various news outlets that provide some detail on what exactly happened to cause the incident.
Officers working with the Polk County Sheriff’s Office are in the process of investigating a roadside fatality that may be a hit-and-run scenario that took place sometime during the night of Saturday, June 15th, or during the early morning of Sunday, June 16th. Reports issued from the Polk County Sheriff’s Office are currently somewhat bare as the incident was not seen by witnesses, leaving the police struggling with an upsetting lack of details relating to the crash.
Members of the Florida Highway Patrol working within Orange County have received a tremendous boost in their search for the driver responsible for a hit-and-run that took place along State Road 528 on the 23rd of February. According to the new reports, the incident itself took place sometime close to 11:30 at night, after a 70-year-old man ran out of gas while driving along State Road 528.
A single truck crash that happened in Volusia County on the night of Saturday, May 18th, was still under investigation by the Florida Highway Patrol as of later the following week. According to the initial reports from the incident, the collision is believed to have taken place sometime around 8:15 in the evening after a Ford pickup truck flipped just off of the eastern lanes of Interstate 4.
The investigation by the Florida Highway Patrol into a deadly hit-and-run accident that happened on the border of Orange and Lake counties this past Friday, May 17th, has taken a possible step forward after members of the Florida Highway Patrol located and towed a car featuring damage that matches that which would occur if a vehicle had collided with a pedestrian, which is exactly what happened on Friday on Old Highway 441.
Massive lane closures were still in effect heading into the mid-afternoon after a fatal collision occurred close to the intersection of U.S. 27 and Lake Louisa Road in Lake County. Current reports from the scene of the semi truck accident indicate that the crash happened after a big rig traveling down one of the two roads mentioned above overturned. It is not clear what took place to cause the driver of this truck to lose control of their vehicle.
Late in March, a devastating drunk driver accident took place in Altamonte Springs that resulted in the death of a 9-year-old child. Early in May, a 40-year-old individual was handed DUI manslaughter charges for causing this accident and its subsequent fatality.
Recently we reported on the devastating collision in Orlando that resulted in the death of a ten-year-old child on their way home from school. That accident remains under investigation, and authorities have yet to identify the driver of the semi-truck believed to be responsible for the crash. Today, we are reporting on another accident that happened this past week in Orlando that is similar to the one involving the ten-year-old child.
It was close to 5:00 in the evening on Thursday, April 25th, when police within New Smyrna Beach began to receive reports of a suspected shoplifting incident at a Bealls outlet store. Several officers responded to the report, which indicated that the suspect had already fled the store and was driving away from the area. When the officers reached the area, they found that the suspect was no longer at the shopping center, but it took a seemingly short amount of time for an officer with the New Smyrna Beach Police Department to locate the suspect as they were traveling down the 3100 block of State Road 44.
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