Visiting driver critically injured after Orlando SUV hits car causing rollover!

Orlando Ford SUV driver hits car on S.R. 408 causing rollover and injuries. news for injured victims by Orlando car accident lawyers

Orlando, FL (–The Orlando Sentinel reported a Newark, Ohio man was critically injured early Monday morning when the car he was driving was struck by a Ford SUV. According to the Orlando Police Department, 54 year-old Joseph Archer, was transported by Orlando emergency medical personnel to Orlando Regional Medical Center after he was critically injured in a car crash.

Police investigators report the Ford Explorer driven by Bruno Smith of Orlando, Florida was traveling on S.R. 408 near Crystal Lake Drive at approximately 1:06 a.m. When it struck Archer’s Ford Focus. Apparently Archer was stopped in the lane and Smith did not see the car until it was too late crashing into the left rear-side of the Focus. The SUV accident pushed the car into the concrete barrier wall on the highway and caused it to rollover. Archer is in critical condition with life-threatening injuries and is being treated by doctors and nurses on Orlando Regional’s burn unit. news for injured victims and Orlando car accident lawyers

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