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Tuesday, January 25, 2011
Brevard County Sees Seven Auto Accident Deaths in Seven Days
Since January 17, Brevard County, Florida has had six accidents with fatalities each day. Seven deaths, each day for a week. Florida Highway Patrol says every accident has been the result of driver error.
The accidents have included a tanker truck that collided with a pickup truck, resulting in an explosion, a pedestrian hit by a pickup truck, and another pickup truck that went off the interstate and crashed into a tree.
The latest auto accident involved a Toyota sedan that stopped in the right lane near Pineda Causeway and was rear ended by a box truck. The vehicle was pinned beneath the truck and the driver needed to be cut from the wreckage. Police say the driver of the Toyota could have pulled over further to the right, and it is still unclear if he ran out of gas or even had his hazard lights on when he was hit.
Since the beginning of January, there have been ten traffic accident deaths in Florida, doubling the number this time last year.
If you or a loved one has been involved in an auto accident, please contact the Accident Lawyers Network to find an experienced personal injury attorney in your area today.
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