Two People Tragically Killed in Accident By the Disney World Exit
FLORIDA - According to a news story published on insidethemagic.net, two people were tragically killed in a motor vehicle accident that happened near the Walt Disney World Resort exit in Orlando, Florida.* According to the Florida Highway Patrol, the two women were tragically killed in the overnight Interstate 4 accident.
Florida Highway Patrol troopers stated that two motor vehicles were heading west along I-4 close to mile marker 62. A sedan in the center lane while the SUV was traveling in the right lane of the interstate. At some point, the car swerved to the right and hit the SUV's left rear. The collision caused the SUV to flip over, ejecting two of its occupants into the roadway. The victims were identified as a 54-year-old woman from Riverview and a 59-year-old woman from Wimauma.
According to the news reports, one victim passed away at the scene of the accident, while the other died at Celebration Hospital. The report states that it is unclear if the women were visitors of the park or employees.
The fatal interstate accident is currently under investigation by law enforcement. Disney officials did comment on the accident, but it was not published at the time of the article.
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