Elkton, FL (February 4, 2019) - The Florida Highway Patrol responded to the scene of a two-vehicle crash in Elkton on Sunday, February 3rd. The crash happened on State Road 207.
According to reports, one vehicle was traveling southbound on SR 207 when it came to an intersection with a stop sign. A second vehicle at the intersection pulled out from the stop sign and into the path of the first vehicle. The two vehicles then collided with one another. Both came to a stop in the center of the road. The driver of the car that pulled out from the stop sign was pronounced dead. The second driver was taken to a nearby hospital with minor injuries.
No one involved in the crash was immediately identified by police. There is no further information available at this time.
We wish to extend our condolences to the family who lost a loved one in this tragic Elkton motor vehicle accident. Fatal car accidents happen daily in Florida, on average once every three hours. Anyone who gets behind the wheel or rides as a passenger in a vehicle is unfortunately at risk of a catastrophic accident at any given time. Car accidents happen suddenly and in most cases are unavoidable for their innocent victims.
If you find yourself injured as the result of another driver's negligence, you can turn to the trusted and experienced Florida car accident attorneys at Rubenstein Law. We have served injured Floridians since 1988 and we know what needs to be done to earn appropriate compensation for your injuries.
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