Woman Charged with Causing One of Two Deadly Accidents; Suspect in Second Crash Still at Large
ORLANDO, FL – According to an online news report at mynews13.com, a woman is charged with causing two fatal accidents that occurred late last week in Orlando, Florida.*
A woman is facing charges for causing two fatal accidents that occurred late last week in Orlando, Florida. The woman was hiding her face following posting bond. The twenty two year old from Clermont, Florida did not make any statement to the press while leaving the Orange County jail late last week.
Late last week, the woman appeared in court related to charges that include driving under the influence manslaughter and third degree murder. According to police the woman was attempting to make an illegal U-turn over a median on Orange Blossom Trail, which resulted in the death of a thirty year old man.
A second deadly hit and run accident occurred where a driver hit a good Samaritan who was attempting to help the thirty year old man. According to state police, the male good Samaritan died as a result of the crash. Per investigators, a dash can video caught footage of a black 2017 Lexus sedan with a license plate number of LLT-C87. The Florida Highway Patrol located the vehicle over the weekend. Per a lieutenant from the Florida Highway Patrol, the car was discovered in Orange County and had sustained damage that was “consistent with being involved in a crash.”
At this time, the police are processing the vehicle to uncover any evidence linking it to the accident. The police are also searching for the hit and run driver.
Contact FHP or Crimeline at 1 800-423-TIPS if you have information.
The accident remains under investigation at this time. There are no further details on the crash.
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