Ocoee, FL (June 4, 2019) - A pedestrian is dead following a crash with an Orange County Sheriff's Deputy on Monday, June 3rd. The crash took place around 9:05 p.m. at the intersection of Blackwood Avenue and State Road 50.
The pedestrian, who has not been identified at this time, was pronounced dead at the crash scene. According to police, the deputy was driving a marked vehicle when the crash took place. The deputy's name has also not been released at this time. There is no word on the nature of events leading up to the accident, nor is there any indication whether any charges are being filed.
No further information was released in the aftermath of the crash and the incident is still under investigation.
Our thoughts are with the family of the deceased pedestrian in the tragic crash in Ocoee. Two fatal pedestrian crashes are reported every day in Florida. Each pedestrian crash is likely to cause life-altering effects for the victim. Even when a pedestrian accident does not turn fatal, serious and debilitating injuries are often reported. The injuries from a pedestrian accident can affect every area of your life and can have a permanent negative impact on your life.
In these situations, it is important to obtain the services of a skilled attorney to assist you. Our Florida pedestrian accident attorneys at Rubenstein Law understand the difficulties faced by victims and their families in the aftermath of a pedestrian accident. We know that you are in need of financial compensation to ease the serious financial burdens that you are facing during this time. We are here for you every step of the way.
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