Christmas, FL - 52-Year-Old Man Killed in Pedestrian Crash on SR 50 at Nicholas Ave.
Christmas, FL (April 6, 2023) - A 52-year-old man died in a pedestrian accident in Christmas on Thursday morning, April 6th. The accident occurred just after midnight at the intersection of State Road 50 and Nicholas Avenue.
According to the Florida Highway Patrol, a 30-year-old man from Orlando was driving a 2007 Toyota Tacoma eastbound on SR 50 when he struck the 52-year-old pedestrian. The man, who was from Christmas, died at the crash scene. He has not been identified at this time. The driver of the Tacoma was not hurt and remained at the accident scene to speak with the police.
An investigation is underway at this time. No further information has been released.
A pedestrian accident in Florida can lead to serious and catastrophic injuries. Victims of these accidents are among the most vulnerable individuals in our state. Pedestrians have no impact from the force and impact of a crash. A pedestrian accident often takes place suddenly and unexpectedly and can change a number of lives in a matter of seconds.
We would like to offer our condolences to the victim's family following this fatal pedestrian accident in Christmas.
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