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.
Police in Winter Park faced a bewildering scenario after receiving a call indicating that a collision had taken place between a truck and a private residence. According to the official report from the Winter Park Police Department, the ordeal began after a man behind the wheel of a large truck (the report did not say if it was a pickup truck or some other, larger, vehicle) drove off of the road and directly into the side of someone’s home. Someone, perhaps the homeowner, then called the police. Read the rest »
Last Saturday, a deputy with the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office was behind the wheel of his cruiser and on his way to work in Viera when he was involved in an accident involving his car and a semi-truck. Due to the severity of the crash, the deputy sustained critical injuries and was ultimately declared dead at the scene of the incident. Read the rest »
Earlier this week, on Monday morning, a tractor-trailer was traveling down a Brevard County section of the southern lanes of Interstate 95 when it was involved in an accident that resulted in lengthy lane closures and the hospitalization of several individuals. The crash itself is still under investigation, and many of the details relating to the incident have either not been resolved or not been released, but the Florida Highway patrol and the Brevard County Fire Rescue issued statements that included the most pertinent of the known facts. Read the rest »
In Clermont on this past Monday an accident took place on the Florida Turnpike that resulted in two vehicles catching fire and two people being hospitalized. The report from the Florida Highway Patrol is foggy and incomplete, however it appears that one of the vehicles involved was a dump truck that was carrying a full load of gravel. The second vehicle in the incident was a semi-trailer. It is not clear whether or not the semi-trailer was hauling anything at the time of the crash or if it was empty. Read the rest »
A week ago, on Saturday, the Orlando area suffered from an evening of rain which left the roads slick and dangerous. According to the Florida Highway Patrol, numerous crashes occurred as a result of the inclement weather, with the bulk of them happening between the hours of 2:00 and 11:00 in the morning. The crash that began the difficult early hours occurred close to mile marker 87 on I-4 West, near the Fairbanks curve. This incident involved a tractor trailer, although the report did not say if any other vehicles were involved or if anyone was injured. Read the rest »
A tractor-trailer traveling down I-95 early on Thursday morning became the primary focus of an accident that resulted in the complete shut-down of all the lanes in either direction of the major traffic artery. While the complete details around the accident are not included in the initial report from the Florida Highway Patrol, it seems that the incident took place close to the county line separating Brevard County and Volusia County, in the city of Mims. Read the rest »
Around 3:30 in the morning on Saturday, a Dodge pickup was driving west on U.S. Highway 92 in Volusia County. For reasons that are not immediately clear, the driver of this pickup, a 27-year-old man named Justin Wagner, activated the hazard lights of the van and began to make a turn off of the highway onto the right shoulder of the road. While in the process of leaving the highway, Wagner was suddenly jarred out of his plans when his car was struck from behind by van, causing both vehicles to receive a tremendous amount of damage. Read the rest »
An uncommon accident this past weekend in Volusia County brings attention to the dangers of on-the-beach driving. Read the rest »
Traffic on I-95 was stopped in both directions early Friday morning due to a fatal crash involving a box truck loaded with paper. According to the Florida Highway Patrol, at approximately 1:30 am the box truck was traveling northbound on I-95 near State Road 16 in St. John’s County.
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