Altamonte Springs, FL (March 30, 2019) - A girl is dead and another child was hurt in a crash that took place on Friday, March 29th.
According to Altamonte Police Department officials, one vehicle was traveling south on Montgomery Road while another vehicle, traveling the opposite direction, was attempting to make a left turn onto Jamestown Boulevard. The two cars collided with one another. The force of the impact caused the back-half of one of the cars to break apart, ejecting the girl. She was pronounced dead at the scene. Another child in the crash endured non-life-threatening injuries. The driver of the other car was also taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Police are still investigating the crash and there is no word at this time on what charges, if any, will be filed.
Car accidents in Florida are reported every 92 seconds. Failing to yield and left turns are frequent causes of accidents across our state, and these accidents often involve serious injuries and even death. There is nothing that can prepare you physically or mentally for the pain and frustration that is caused when you have been involved in a serious car accident. Our sympathies go out to the family of the young girl who passed away.
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