An ongoing investigation in Sumter County has resulted after a multi-vehicle crash took place on Monday, June 22nd, while motorists were traveling along the Florida Turnpike. Reports issued by the Florida Highway Patrol at the time of this writing suggested that the incident happened at mile marker 299 on the Florida Highway Patrol and involved at least three vehicles including two vans. Within the vehicles were numerous passengers, including an 84-year-old woman who was a resident of Pompano Beach. Read the rest »
Reports from the Orlando Police Department are currently lacking much information regarding a car accident that took place on the morning of Tuesday, July 30th, that involved numerous vehicles, including one being driven by an officer with the Orlando Police Department. At this time, what we know is that the crash took place in the eastern lanes of State Road 408, although the exact time of day that the crash took place is not clear, nor is the condition of any of the individuals who were involved in the accident.
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.
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.
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 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.
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.
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).
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.
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