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UK Family of 4 Dies in Titusville Car Crash

UK Family of 4 Dies in Titusville Car Crash

A family of four visiting Central Florida from Bristol, England recently lost their lives in a tragic collision in Titusville. A young couple and the driver’s parents were traveling back to a rental home after a trip to the Kennedy Space Center when the GPS navigation system rerouted them to avoid congestion. The family, traveling …

Anti-Texting Law in Florida Now in Effect

On October 1, 2013 a new law in Florida has taken effect banning texting for the purpose of nonvoice interpersonal communication while driving your car, truck or other motor vehicle. The texting ban statute includes all of the behavior you CAN NOT do while driving but also sets forth so many exceptions, it will make …

Orlando Cop Car Cameras, But Now Garbage Truck Cameras?

Orlando is in the process of spending $200,000 to install video cameras in 75 city garbage trucks in an effort to reduce accidents and insurance costs. These cameras have been operating on the trucks for free since January, and city officials believe they are already making a difference. The cameras, mounted on the dashboard of …

Former Congressman in Accident on Way to Fundraiser

ORLANDO — Congressional candidate Alan Grayson was allegedly at fault in a car accident last Saturday afternoon when he police report he ran a red light and struck a public bus. The former member of the House of Representatives was on his way to a fundraising event for his election campaign when he reportedly drove …

A Ban Against All Cell Phone Use for Drivers?

The National Transportation Board is campaigning a ban against all cell phone use while driving in all fifty states. The investigative agency stated that all states should ban all driver use of cell phones and other portable electronic devices, except in emergencies. The decision was implemented after the investigation in an August 2010 traffic pileup …

Students at Risk for Florida Pedestrian Accidents

Throughout the state, Floridians are feeling the impact of state and local government budget shortfalls. For some, the cutback in services is an inconvenience. Others — including the thousands of Central Florida students who have to walk to school every day because funding doesn’t exist for bussing — are regularly put in harm’s way. Personal …

Zellwood Elementary School Bus Rear-ended by Lynx Bus

Just after 8:00 am this morning, October 27, 2011, a school bus carrying approximately 25 students to Zellwood Elementary was unexpectedly rear-ended by a Lynx bus. The accident happened on Orange Blossom Trail near Plymouth Sorrento Road. Seven individuals were reported injured, four or five of them students. The injuries were minor, but several students …

Florida Motorcyclist Strikes Tree, Dies in Collision With Passing Car

As the winter weather turns into warmer spring weather, more and more motorcyclists are taking to the roads in Florida. It follows that motorcyclists need a refresher on how to remain safe while riding throughout spring and summer in Florida. A recent motorcycle accidentin Spring Hill highlights the danger that stems from driving a bike at …

Orlando Disney Bus Collides with Tractor Trailer Leaving Five Injured

An early morning crash on February 14 left five injured after a Walt Disney World bus collided with a semi truck on Boggy Creek Road in Orlando. According to the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP), the five who were injured in the crash were transported to local hospitals with non-life threatening injuries. The bus driver was …

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