Orange County Florida car crash leaves two dead!

2 Toyota cars crash on North Orange Blossom Trail causing 1 rollover.

Orlando, FL (–Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) was forced to close several lanes of North Orange Blossom Trail (OBT) this morning after a fatal car crash claimed the lives of two passengers. As reported by WFTV channel 9 this morning, a two-door, black Toyota Scion rolled over several times landing on its roof crushing two passengers at OBT and Pepper Mill Road.

Police investigators and traffic homicide detectives with FHP say the driver flipped the Scion when attempting to change lanes trapping and killing two passengers underneath the car. The fatal car crash also injured one other passenger, the driver of the rollover vehicle and the driver of a white Toyota Corolla struck in the wreck. One of the passengers was seriously injured and transported to Orlando Regional Medical Center by emergency medical personnel. new news by Orlando personal injury lawyers.

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