Volusia, FL (January 9, 2019) - A fatal crash at the intersection of DeBary Avenue and Dirksen Drive resulted in the death of at least one person on Wednesday, January 9th.
The Florida Highway Patrol arrived on scene just after 3:00 am. There they discovered a crash involving multiple vehicles and blocking the right two lanes of Interstate 4. The crash involved a fatality and at least one person was pronounced dead due injuries sustained. The deceased victim was not immediately identified and, at this time, it is unclear how the accident occurred.
Police continue to investigate and look into the cause of the crash.
Several fatal crashes occur on a daily basis across our state. On average, a fatal accident is reported every 8 hours. Each time a driver gets behind the wheel, they expose themselves to the potential risk of being involved in a serious or fatal car accident.
We will have to await more details regarding this crash on Interstate 4 and if we receive more information we will bring it to you.
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