Charlotte County, FL (May 10, 2019) - A fatal crash was reported on Friday, May 10th, which took place in the northbound lanes of I-75, near mile marker 150 and Slater Road.
Troopers with the Florida Highway Patrol responded to the crash scene. There is no word on the number of vehicles involved or the cause of the crash. At least one person, who has not yet been identified, was pronounced dead at the scene. The right-hand and center lanes of the highway were closed while police conducted an investigation. Traffic moved slowly around the crash site.
There is no further information available.
Fatal crashes take place on our roadways approximately every three hours. Losing a loved one to a car accident is one of the most heartbreaking and devastating events that a family can experience. During this difficult time, we know that your focus is on grieving the loss of your loved one and planning for the future.
At Rubenstein Law, we have decades of experience assisting families going through difficult times following a fatal crash. Our experienced and knowledgeable Florida wrongful death attorneys can assist you in during this time, including obtaining compensation for loss of support, loss of companionship, medical and funeral expenses, lost income, and more.
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