Titusville, FL (June 8, 2019) - An 80-year-old woman died in a crash that took place on Friday, June 7th. The crash occurred at the intersection of Hopkins Avenue and Garden Street.
The Titusville Fire Rescue along with police were the first to respond to the scene. According to reports, the woman was driving a Cadillac westbound on Garden Street when she collided with a Jeep Grand Cherokee operated by 28-year-old Aaron Hoffman. Police have not identified the woman at this time, pending family notification. Hoffman was taken to the hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries.
No additional details were released.
Our sincerest sympathies are with the family of the deceased victim during this difficult time, and we hope that the others involved will receive the medical attention necessary to make complete recoveries.
Florida will experience about 400,000 traffic accidents this year. Well over half of these crashes will result in injuries to one or more parties involved. No one is ever prepared to be involved in an injury accident. Your life may feel like it has turned upside down in a matter of seconds, as you might now be facing an uphill battle toward recovery and a struggle to lead a normal life following the crash.
During these difficult times, it is important to seek aggressive and experienced legal representation. The Florida car accident attorneys at Rubenstein Law are here for you. We will bring our skills and knowledge to your case to help maximize your settlement or verdict. For your free consultation, give us a call at, any time at 1-800 FL-Legal.
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