DeLand, FL (May 11, 2019) - A crash involving four vehicles left one person dead on Thursday, May 9th. The crash took place on International Speedway Boulevard, near Jacobs Road.
Investigators were called to the scene to look into the crash. Following an investigation, they were able to determine that four vehicles were involved in a collision at the intersection. There was no cause of the crash given. One person was killed and four others hurt. Three people, including a child, were taken to a local hospital as trauma alerts. The crash caused the eastbound lanes of the roadway to be closed. The deceased victim has not been identified at this time.
No additional details are available.
Fatal accidents take place in Florida about every three hours. A serious car accident can cause catastrophic damage, especially when the crash takes place at high speeds. The cause of this crash will be carefully investigated by authorities.
When you or a loved one have been injured in a Florida car accident, you probably have questions about what you should do next. It is important to remember that you may have certain legal rights. If the crash was not your fault, you may be able to bring a personal injury claim against the other driver for negligence which caused the crash.
At Rubenstein Law, our experienced Florida car accident attorneys are trained legal professionals with decades of experience in personal injury claims. We will assist you throughout every step of the process with the goal of resolving your case for the most compensation that is allowed under the law. Please contact us 24/7 at 1-800 FL-Legal.
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