Orlando, FL - Hit-and-Run Crash with Injuries on E. Michigan St. at Mills Ave.
Orlando, FL (March 24, 2023) - Police in Orlando responded to the scene of a hit-and-run crash with injuries on Friday, March 24th. The crash was reported around 6:15 p.m. on E. Michigan Street near Mills Avenue.
According to the Florida Highway Patrol, one person was hurt in the accident. The driver left the scene before officials could arrive. It is not clear exactly how the collision took place. There is no description of the suspect or the vehicle available at this time. The injured victim was not immediately identified. There was a roadblock in the area as police investigated the crash. Motorists were advised to avoid the scene.
The incident remains under investigation. No further information is available.
Hit-and-run crashes in Florida account for about 20% of all reported traffic accidents in our state. These accidents often result in serious injuries for victims who are not at fault for the crash itself. Although drivers are legally required to remain at an accident scene, they often flee in order to avoid responsibility for their actions.
We would like to offer our thoughts and best wishes to the victim who was injured in this hit-and-run accident in Orlando. We hope for a full recovery.
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