Ocoee, FL (April 12, 2019) - Two men died in a crash along State Road 429 on Thursday, April 11th. The crash happened around 9:30 p.m., according to Lt. Kim Montes of the Florida Highway Patrol.
According to the investigation, 25-year-old Thomas Greene was driving a 2007 Ford pickup northbound when he lost control for unknown reasons. The pickup veered across the northbound lanes before rolling over into the southbound lanes. When it rolled over, the truck flipped onto the top of a 2007 Toyota driven by 39-year-old Yordani Mellado Perez. Perez died at the scene, along with one of the passengers in the Ford truck. Greene suffered serious injuries and was taken to Orlando Health. A second passenger in his truck was also taken to Orlando Health with life-threatening injuries.
An investigation into the crash is ongoing and there are charges pending against Greene at this time.
There are about 250,000 injury accidents that take place each year in Florida. These accidents all vary in their severity but many of them will produce devastating and catastrophic consequences. Our thoughts go out to the victims and their families that have been affected by this tragic crash in Ocoee.
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