Orlando, FL (Januar 12, 2019) - A massive crash involving four vehicles left nine people injured on Friday in Orlando. Officials were called to North Semoran Boulevard and Baldwin Park Street around 8:40 am in reference to the collision.
The Orange County Fire Rescue, along with police responded to the scene. Three people were trapped inside one of the vehicles involved in the crash and had to be extricated. Two injured victims were rushed to the trauma unit at a nearby hospital with serious injuries while seven other victims were hospitalized with minor injuries.
Police are looking into the crash and have not released any details on the cause of the collision at this time. No further information is available.
We wish to extend our condolences to all of the victims in this serious Orlando car accident. A single act of negligence can cause destruction in a matter of seconds. Although it is unclear at this time what caused the crash, police will investigate and determine which driver was responsible for the events which led up to the accident.
Approximately 400,000 car accidents will be reported on the streets and highways in Florida this year. If you find yourself a victim in one of these crashes, you can turn to the Florida car accident attorneys at Rubenstein Law for assistance. We will be here for you in your time of need and will ensure that your rights to compensation are protected when you have suffered injuries at the hands of a negligent driver.
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