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On Saturday, January 15, 2022, following a car accident in which the child required Narcan to regain consciousness, a 39-year-old Pensacola man was arrested on Saturday. The 39-year-old man, already identified, was charged with child negligence, driving while intoxicated, marijuana possession, and drug equipment possession. At 11 a.m. on Saturday, the Florida Highway Patrol was dispatched to the site of an accident on Highway 29 and Kingsfield Road. The 39-year-old man was discovered unconscious with pained breathing and his face going blue by a patrol. When the trooper was unable to rouse him, he gave Narcan, and he 36-year-old man rapidly recovered consciousness. A 39-year-old man was driving southbound on Highway 29 with a 6-year-old child in his SUV, according to the Florida Highway Patrol. The SUV collided with the trailer hitch at the back of a pickup truck that was stopped in traffic waiting for a green light to move south. The crash did not result in any injuries to others. On a $5,500 bail, the 39-year-old male remains in the Escambia County Jail.

 
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Car accidents can result in significant injuries, and the amount of no-fault coverage required by Florida may be insufficient to cover your injuries. You may be able to get compensation for your medical costs, property damage, and pain and suffering if you file a personal injury claim. Are you still dealing with the financial impact of your accident? As a result, any damage, stress, or financial crisis caused by an accident must be addressed seriously and handled by skilled legal counsel.

On October 12, 2021, two men in Ocala, Florida were implicated in an accident that killed one guy and wounded many others on State Road 200 in front of Red Lobster and are now being charged with vehicular homicide and street racing. On January 12, 2022, 52-year-old men and 30-year-old men are now facing these charges along State Road 200. According to investigators, both guys were traveling at speeds in excess of 90 mph on SR 200 right before the crash. 56-year-old men, his wife, and their adult daughter were leaving Red Lobster in a red Hyundai SUV when he veered eastbound into State Road 200, directly into the path of two westbound automobiles, according to authorities. According to police, 30-year-old men, driving a silver Toyota Scion, T-boned the Hyundai SUV, forcing the Scion to twist counter-clockwise and into the path of 52-year-old men, driving a gray Honda Civic. 56-year-old was transferred to a hospital and died there. With six lanes of traffic and multiple driveway entries, the area of State Road 200 where the collision happened is extensively frequented. According to authorities, video footage reveals that there was considerable traffic at the time of the crash since it was towards the conclusion of rush hour. These two drivers put other motorists at risk and caused an accident that ended in 56-year-old men death. A toxicology report also revealed that he had no alcohol in his system.

 
Speak with an experienced Miami Car Accident Attorney today! 

Car accidents can result in significant injuries, and the amount of no-fault coverage required by Florida may be insufficient to cover your injuries. You may be able to get compensation for your medical costs, property damage, and pain and suffering if you file a personal injury claim. Are you still dealing with the financial impact of your accident? As a result, any damage, stress, or financial crisis caused by an accident must be addressed seriously and handled by skilled legal counsel.

Last Thursday, December 30 around 6 a.am, a collision leaving two people dead in Aventura, Florida after a train collided with their car. Surveillance video shows the car going around railroad crossing gates and temporarily being trapped on the tracks before being struck by the train. The automobile was partially covered by a tarp, which normally suggests a fatality. Police have not disclosed the identity of the two people slain since their relatives have not yet been contacted.

While no vehicle should go under barriers, having so many level crossings in a big urban area on a commuter train that aspires to operate a high-speed service appears to be a hazard. The Aventura crash scene is in a rather busy area, less than a mile from Aventura Hospital and Gulfstream Park horse track and casino.

The crash was caused directly by the driver’s conduct, according to Brightline. It’s tough to argue with the assertion based on the video evidence. Brightline has installed its own camera system to monitor railroad crossings in North Miami Beach as part of an attempt to improve safety at railroad crossings.

On Monday, December 27 around 3p.m a hit and run at Wilton Manors Street in which a driver struck several children and fled the scene. Two children are dead, and four others are hospitalized, according to the authorities. Officials claimed during a news conference on Monday evening that two children died at the collision scene and four others were transported to Broward Medical Health Center, with some of them in severe condition. The Fort Lauderdale Fire-Rescue Batallion Fire Chief Stephen Gollan said the victims ranged in age from 2 to 10 years old.

While a Broward County Transit bus had stopped to drop off a passenger, a 2009 Honda Accord was going southbound on Ninth Avenue. The bus moved over to the side of the road to continue southward, merging into the right lane from the road’s edge. Officials said the Honda’s male driver refused to merge with the bus and cut in front of it. The Honda then turned right and went off the road, colliding with the victims on the sidewalk.

A 27-year-old man was arrested, accused of speeding around a Broward Transit bus, losing control, and overcorrecting onto a driveway where the children were walking with an adult relative, the driver never stopped to help the victims, instead fleeing the scene.

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