Zachary Henson was driving at around 7:30 p.m. when he drove around a vehicle that had stopped at an intersection. He was then struck by a sedan that had the right of way, and he died shortly after arriving at a local hospital. Few details are currently available, check back for updates.
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250 Newest Accidents in our Archive
A van and a pickup collided head-on on Lower Huntington Road in Fort Wayne, Indiana, sending two people to the hospital. The driver of the pickup was reported to be in critical condition while the driver of the van was in serious condition. No names have been released yet.
Just after midnight, a teen that was driving on Deer Path Road veered off the roadway and crashed into an electrical pole. The car came to rest in a ditch. The teen suffered non-life threatening injuries, and was airlifted to a hospital for treatment.
David E. Cunningham was operating a backhoe on his own property on Schoolhouse Road when he lost control of the machine and it went down an embankment. The machine pinned him, and he was pronounced dead at the scene. No other details are available at this time.
Christopher Hall was taxiing on a runway at the Melbourne International Airport when air traffic control officials noticed that he was slurring his words over the radio and that his flight plan to Dayton, Ohio was expired.
At abour 5:30 p.m. on Thursday a car was trying to pass a semi, but didn't see an oncoming car because of a hill. The driver slammed on his brakes and crashed into the semi. The driver and a front seat passenger were taken to IU Health Arnett Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
A van that was tranporting animals to a shelter in Maine went off the road on Route 95 and crashed, throwing some of the animals across the median. The NH-SPCA and police officers worked hard to calm down the animals and put them back into another van.
Ronnie Denham was traveling north on Southeast County Road 325 when his pickup truck drifted onto the right shoulder and crashed into a large tree. He was taken to UF Health Trauma Center where he was later pronounced dead.
Phillip Rodenschmit was riding on a motorcycke on County Road KP around 3:30 p.m. when he lost control of the bike on a curve and crashed. He was thrown from the bike and hit his head. He was not wearing a helmet at the time and was pronounced dead at the scene.
David Hernandez was walking on the train tracks near the Bell Historic Franklin Apartments with his headphones in, on the way to visit his girlfriend. Investigators believe he did not hear the train coming, and the train was not able to stop in time.
On Thursday evening, a man was speeding in a Camaro in the area of Seven Mile and Telegraph roads when he lost control of the car and crashed into a tow truck. The Camaro burst into flames, and the man was pronounced dead at the scene. More details will be posetd as they are released.
Frank L. Turner was driving north on Route 117 at about 10 p.m. when he lost control of his vehicle and it left the road, hitting a tree. He was killed in the crash. Police say that he was not wearing a seat belt at the time and that alcohol was involved.
At about 5:30 a.m. in Cox Neck Road a vehicle left the roadway, landing on its roof. The driver was declared dead at the scene. Investigators are trying to determine what caused the accident. Traffic in the area will be slow while the scene is cleared.
A pedestrian was struck by a vehicle that also smashed through a bus stop off of Alameda Avenue at about 6:45 a.m. The victim sustained serious injuries and was hospitalized. No other information is currently available, but we will add more details as they are released.
22-year-old Dakota Stewart was driving a southbound car with five other passengers on U.S. 77 shortly after 9:00 a.m. when he veered into the oncoming traffic lane for unknown reasons and collided with a van driven by Gerald Letkiewicz, 61.
A van full of church members from Love and Hugs Christian Tabernacle church was headed north on State Road 184 when it was hit head on by a car driven by Ryan Bellamy, 31, who was southbound but swerved into the oncoming lane at about 8:30 p.m.
A teenager identified as Matthew Payne was driving a moped on Seventh Street when he somehow lost control and crashed into the curb, causing him to be thrown from the vehicle.
At about 9:20 p.m., a southbound semi-truck on I-65 driven by Robert Young Jr., 65, rear-ended a pickup truck driven by Richard Blum, which initiated a chain-reaction crash.
8-year-old Logan Haden was driving on ATV on Bailey Bridge Road at about 1:00 p.m. when he accidentally backed into a utility pole guide wire, causing the vehicle to flip. After being brought to the hospital in a private vehicle, Haden was declared dead. He was apparently not wearing a helmet.
It was about 6:30 p.m. when an SUV driving on New Castle Road started to veer off of the roadway. That's when investigators believe the driver overcorrected, causing the car to depart the roadway and roll over.
It was about 4:00 a.m. when a car that witnesses say was driving erratically on Highway 288 left the roadway, drove up an embankment, and flipped. Before the incident witnesses claim they saw the car stop on the side of the road several times before driving and swerving across all of the lanes.
Andrew C. Wellington, 22, was found to be under the influence of alcohol when he was driving to the north on State Route 32 shortly before 8:00 p.m., drove over a double-yellow line, and collided with a vehicle driven by 35-year-old Travis Cole.
Police in Gary, Indiana were pursuing a car when the driver lost control and crashed through a wall on the the second story of the home. No one was inside the home at the time. The driver fled and is still at large. We'll update this story with any new information we receive.
15-year-old Erin Mathenia of Park Hills died after she attempted to make a left turn off a private driveway onto southbound Highway 21, driving her Dodge Neon into the path of a 2008 Sterling dump truck being driven by 36-year-old David Crisp of Farmington.
The Florida Highway Patrol says that just after 11:30 p.m. Thursday night, a flatbed tractor trailer hauling concrete wall sections pulled out of a construction zone and onto the southbound lanes of I-75 near Pines Boulevard when a silver Mitsubishi crashed into the semi.
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