New Smyrna Beach, FL (June 25, 2021) - A man from DeLand was killed in a two-car crash in New Smyrna Beach on Friday morning. The collision took place on State Road 44 at the intersection with Taganana Drive.
The Florida Highway Patrol says that the crash occurred when a Nissan Juke collided with the rear-end of a Ford F-150. The Juke overturned and ejected the driver who died at the crash scene. The driver of the pickup, a 73-year-old woman from DeLand, sustained minor injuries. There were no other victims of the crash or vehicles involved. The deceased man's identity has not been released at this time.
An investigation into the crash is ongoing. No further details have been released.
Car accidents in Florida take place multiple times per day. In fact, according to statistics, there were nearly 400,000 crashes reported in our state in 2019. These accidents happen on major highways, city streets, and quiet residential areas. Most Florida car accidents occur due to the actions of negligent drivers and must be carefully investigated by authorities in order to determine the cause and which driver should be held responsible.
We would like to offer our thoughts and condolences to all affected by this fatal crash in New Smyrna Beach.http://www.rubensteinlaw.com/locations/orlando-office
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