Police with the Florida Highway Patrol working within Seminole County are currently trying to locate and question an individual believed to be behind a crash that happened on Friday, December 28th. According to the initial reports that emerged in the aftermath of the incident, the hit-and-run accident involved two vehicles and left one person seriously injured.
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Officials within the Orlando Police Department, the Florida Highway Patrol, and the Orange County Sheriff’s Office are currently searching for the individual responsible for an auto accident that took place on Friday, December 7th, and resulted in a car becoming lodged within the living room of a private residence.
A severe drunk driver crash that took place in Marion County on Saturday, December 15th, resulted in the death of one person as well as the injury of three others. According to a report from the Florida Highway Patrol, the incident happened close to 9:30 at night, and involved two cars: a 1991 GMC Sierra and a 2006 Toyota Scion.
Massive delays for SunRail commuters occurred on Friday, December 7th, after an individual was hit by one of the trains in Orlando. The train accident, which authorities are treating as a suicide attempt, was first reported at close to 6:30 in the morning, along a stretch of the SunRail track in Orlando that runs close to Pine Street, in between Orange Avenue and Garland Avenue.
The American Automobile Association, more commonly known as AAA, recently released a statement regarding headlights & auto accident prevention that should be an item of interest to anyone who travels along the road. This report, released sometime in early December, concerns some new test results that the organization compiled relating to headlights that are cloudy or yellow-tinted.
A collision involving two Disney buses taking tourists through the Epcot toll place on Tuesday, December 11th, resulted in over a dozen people being treated for injuries. Reports from the scene of the bus accident suggest both of the buses involved were traveling eastward down Epcot Center Drive, which itself lies within the boundaries of Walt Disney World.
Five months ago, a 49-year-old was riding a bicycle to work along State Road 50 in Orange County when he was struck by a passing motorist. The injuries that this person sustained as a result of this bicycle accident were extremely serious, and despite the best efforts of the first responders and other medical staff, the cyclist died as a result of the crash.
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.
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.