Orlando, FL (December 3, 2018) - A married couple died and their teenage daughter was injured in a crash on Orange Blossom Trail in Orlando on Sunday, December 2nd.
47-year-old Robert Rojas Ospina, 47-year-old Liliana Galvez Cardona, and their 14-year-old daughter were traveling on Barley Club Drive. As their vehicle was stopped momentarily, a Cadillac traveling southbound on Orange Blossom Trail lost control. The Cadillac then collided with the left side of their vehicle. Ospina was pronounced dead at the crash scene while Cardona later died at Orlando Regional Medical Center. The teenager was taken to Arnold Palmer Children's Hospital where she was listed in stable condition.
The 32-year-old Cadillac driver suffered minor injuries. The driver was speeding at the time of the incident and faces charges in connection with the crash.
An investigation into the accident is ongoing.
We are saddened to hear of this horrific crash in Orlando that claimed two lives and injured a third person. Negligent drivers cause serious and fatal crashes every day across our state. This year alone, over 250,000 people will be hurt in Florida car accidents. Speeding can be a form of negligent driving when it directly leads to a crash as it did in this case.
If you have been a victim of negligence, you do not have to face your situation alone. At Rubenstein Law, we know how hopeless you may feel after a Florida car accident. Your world may literally seem to be crumbling around you. We can provide hope for recovery and a brighter future. Your consultation is always free and we are here 24/7 to help. To speak with us, please call 1-800 FL-Legal.
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