One Killed and two injured in a Volusia County crash

Last updated Monday, March 13th, 2023

One Killed and two injured in a Volusia County crash

According to the Florida Highway Patrol, a violent crash early Sunday, March 12, on State Road 40, near Palmetto Pines Drive, killed a man and seriously injured two others. 

Troopers report that the crash happened just before 4:00 AM when a westbound Chrysler Town and Country on SR-40 overcorrected, veered off the road, crossed over to the eastbound lane, and finally crashed head-on into a Ford F-1. The Ford flipped over and crashed into a sign, injuring both the occupants inside. 

Sadly, Chrysler’s driver, a Sanford man, 26, was pronounced dead at the scene. Ford’s driver has been identified as a 32-year-old Ormond Beach man and the passenger as a 45 year old man from Orange City. They were both taken to the hospital with severe injuries.

The dead Sanford man was the only one in the accident who wasn’t wearing a seatbelt. In the aftermath of the crash, SR-40 was closed for several hours before reopening on Sunday afternoon. The accident is under investigation, and more details should come out soon.

Our deepest condolences go out to the victim’s family in this trying time. Our prayers go out to every one of the injured for a speedy and successful recovery.

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Negligent driving accidents are all too common in Florida. As this incident shows, distracted driving can have devastating consequences. As it is, Florida has some of the highest car accident rates in the nation – with about 2,400 traffic deaths per year. 

There’s a lot to deal with after a car accident. You usually have to deal with insurance companies reluctant to look out for your interests. In light of these challenges, hiring a seasoned Florida personal injury lawyer may be your best bet. 

Talk to a lawyer if you believe someone else’s negligence caused your injuries. Only an experienced Volusia County car accident lawyer can handle tricky cases and maximize your compensation.

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