Milton, FL (October 2, 2018) - An accident in Milton on Monday, October 1st left at least one person dead.
According to Florida Highway Patrol, the accident happened around 5:00 pm and took place near the intersection of Ward Basin Road and San Ramon Drive. Along with police, fire crews and EMS were called to the scene of the crash. FHP confirmed that at least one person was killed in the crash. It is not known if anyone else was killed or injured in the accident. There is no word at this time on how the accident might have occurred. The identity of the deceased individual was not immediately made available.
There is no further information at this time. We will update this story should any new details be released.
Our thoughts are with the family of the deceased victim during this difficult time. As Florida car accident attorneys, we see firsthand the damage and devastation caused by fatal crashes. We know that families struggle in the aftermath of a serious accident to put the pieces back together and try to move on with their lives. A fatal car accident is reported approximately every 8 hours in Florida.
Nothing can replace the family member who is killed suddenly in a crash with another driver. However, the surviving family members may have certain legal rights in these situations. In Florida, our law allows wrongful death claims to be brought against negligent actors responsible for the untimely death. Our Florida wrongful death attorneys have represented families seeking compensation for over 30 years. We know what it takes to get results in these tough cases.
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