Orlando, FL (August 28, 2019) - A trooper with the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) sustained injuries in a two-car crash on State Road 417. The crash happened on Wednesday, August 28th.
According to reports, the trooper was driving a patrol car on SR 417 when a Toyota Camry traveling in the opposite direction crossed over the median. The Camry collided with the FHP vehicle nearly head-on. The trooper, who has not been identified, was taken to a local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. The Camry driver was not hurt.
Police cited the driver of the Camry with careless driving.
About 400,000 car accidents take place yearly in Florida. Over half of these crashes will involve injury to one or more parties involved. Injuries in a car accident can range from minor to serious to even fatal in the worst cases. Regardless of the outcome, innocent crash victims have valuable legal rights when they have been involved in an accident with a negligent driver.
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