• March 16, 2023

One Killed, One Injured in 18-wheeler Accident at Old Lake Wilson Road in Osceola County, FL

Osceola County, FL -- March 15, 2023, one was killed and one was injured following an accident where an 18-wheeler hit a pickup.

Initial details about the crash say the incident happened 3:46 p.m. at the intersection of Osceola Polk Line Road and Old Lake Wilson Road in the Davenport area. According to current reports, two people were in a Ford F-150 that was on northbound Old Lake Wilson. At Osceola Polk Line Road, the pickup was making a left turn when a semi-truck crashed into it.

Due to the collision, the driver of the Ford sustained fatal injuries. A passenger had injuries said to be serious. Right now, the exact factors surrounding the crash are unavailable.

Most recent images of this crossing I can find show a stop sign on Old Lake Wilson, which certainly is concerning given the current facts available about this accident. But folks should never jump to conclusions even if they think the likely possibilities are obvious. Something unusual may have led to the crash, and it may not become clear until there's a more thorough accident reconstruction. Are steps being taken here to ensure the crash gets the attention it deserves?


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