Clermont, FL (May 2, 2019) - A pedestrian in Clermont is dead following an early morning crash. The crash happened on State Road 50 just before 6:00 am on Wednesday, May 2nd.
Investigators with the Clermont Police Department responded to the crash scene near Bloxam Avenue. Upon arrival, they discovered a pedestrian lying in the roadway. The man has been described as a male in his early-to-mid 60s. First aid was given at the scene but the pedestrian was later pronounced dead. The man has not been identified further pending next-of-kin notification.
The driver remained at the scene and cooperated with the police investigation. The man did not appear to be in a crosswalk when he was hit. There is no further information at this time as the investigation continues.
Fatal pedestrian crashes are reported approximately two times per day in our state. Even when pedestrian accidents do not result in death, they are likely to cause serious injuries. In some cases, the injuries may be debilitating and affect your quality of life. Suddenly, you could be facing a mountain of medical bills and confusion about where to turn next.
Our team of Florida pedestrian accident attorneys at Rubenstein Law can help if you have been injured in a pedestrian crash. Our skill and experience allows us to evaluate your case and seek the compensation that is appropriate given your circumstances. We work hard to ensure that each innocent crash victim is fully compensated for their injuries.
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