ST. CLOUD, FL- A driver was killed when he drove into a stationary semi on Monday near mile marker 232 in Osceola County, ClickOrlando reports. The 20 year-old driver of a Toyota Camry kept driving when traffic had stopped and drove into the semi after swerving right to evade the stopped traffic. This happened around 7a.m. No one was hospitalized. The driver of the Camry died on scene. The investigation for this accident continues. Have you suddenly found yourself in a legal battle surrounding a similar accident? If so, we can help you by providing an official Florida accident report.
Osceola County Crash Reports
OSCEOLA COUNTY, FL – SIxteen people were injured, and one was left dead in a three-vehicle collision Wednesday in Kenansville. USA Today said the crash happened around 6 am on State Road 60. It involved a charter bus, a box truck, and a pickup truck. Fourteen charter bus passengers and the driver sustained non-life-threatening injuries. The two other drivers suffered severe injuries. One of the passengers from the pickup truck succumbed to their injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene. The cause of the crash was not revealed. If you suffered injuries in a motor vehicle accident, a copy
OSCEOLA COUNTY, FL – Two people died, and two others were injured in a wrong-way crash near Whittier on Wednesday. Leesburg-News reported the crash happened on State Road 60 at 9:22 am Wednesday. Roads were closed, including from the Polk County line to U.S Hwy 441. Police say the 63-year-old male driver of a 2017 Hyundai Elantra crossed into the oncoming lanes in an attempt to pass a semi-truck and collided with an oncoming Ford F-150. The Hyundai Elantra’s driver and his 62-year-old female passenger died on the scene. The two men in the Ford, ages 36 and 37, were