Orlando, FL (May 10, 2019) - A crash on International Drive left six people, including a child, injured. The crash took place on Friday, May 10th, in the 11700 block of the aforementioned street.
The Orange County Fire Rescue was among the first agencies to respond to the accident. Based on reports from the scene, the crash appeared to involve a black sedan and a white sedan. Officials say that some of the injured victims may have serious injuries, but there is no word on the extent at this time. There is also no information on how the crash occurred.
No additional details are available.
A reportable crash happens every 92 seconds in Florida. Everyone is at risk when they get behind the wheel of their vehicle. Although no one likes to think about being injured in a car accident, negligent driving claims innocent victims across our state each and every day. Our thoughts go out to all affected by this tragic incident and we hope for a complete recovery for anyone involved.
If you have been a victim of negligent driving, please contact the Florida car accident attorneys at Rubenstein Law for assistance. Our team is experienced, compassionate, and reliable, and we bring the best to each case. We will work tirelessly to ensure you receive the compensation you need following a serious crash.
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