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Fatal Semi Truck Accident in Pensacolas

Semi-trailer truck damaged during an accident

On Wednesday, August 9, 2017, two vehicles were involved in a collision on U.S. 98. The crash occurred just after 12:00 p.m. and involved a passenger vehicle and a semi-truck. The accident, sadly, proved to be fatal for the occupant of the vehicle. According to the Florida Highway Patrol, a female driver was operating a[…]

Pedestrian Struck by Deputy’s Vehicle in Pensacolas

A Pedestrian crosswalk sign in New York City signals it's OK to cross

A man from Mobile, Alabama was struck by an Escambia County Sheriff’s deputy recently. The man, according to the state highway patrol, was not in a marked crosswalk at the time of the accident. According to reports, an Escambia County Sheriff’s deputy was driving on West Fairfield Drive in an easterly direction. The pedestrian attempted[…]

Beware of Dogs: Rabies Alert Issued for Escambia Countys

Dangerous dog biting a hand

Officials have released a rabies advisory for Escambia County. More specifically, an alert has been put in place for the Navy Point and Warrington areas. Residents of the county are urged to protect themselves and their pets from contact with wild and stray animals. July 13, 2017 was the date of the most recent animal[…]

Motorist Who Crashed Into Home Charged with Attempted Murders

children's hat for Sheriff

A woman who crashed into a home on Wildflower Lane in Pensacola was charged with attempted murder, according to the Florida Highway Patrol. The woman injured three people, including a sheriff’s deputy, in the crash. She has officially been charged with attempted murder, attempted murder on a law enforcement officer, driving under the influence causing[…]

Search for Missing Jet Skier Suspendeds

Man on Jet Ski having fun in Ocean

The search for a missing jet skier has been suspended by the Coast Guard. The Alabama teenager went missing after the jet ski he was riding collided with a boat in Port St. Joe. A spokesperson with Florida Fish and Wildlife said that the teenager had recently graduated from Bayside Academy. A second teenager was[…]

Video of Trooper-Involved Crash Releaseds

Red light flasher atop of a police car

The Florida Highway Patrol publicly released a video that shows the a collision that left two troopers injured in Pensacola late in May. The troopers were conducting a traffic stop at the time of the crash, and both troopers were treated for injuries and released from the hospital. The video shows the incident that occurred[…]

Crash Victim Credits Safety Equipment with Saving His Lifes

Man is riding a motorcycle at high speed on a dirt road

A man woke up on the lawn of a person he didn’t know early in May. He discovered that he was severely injured. According to reports, the man had been traveling at about 60 mph through Crestview. He lost control of his motorcycle maneuvering around a curve and crashed into someone’s front lawn. The man[…]

Infant Victim of Crestview Car Accidents

sheet metal damage to cars

A six-month-old infant was a victim in a fatal car accident earlier this month. The child survived the accident but later died of her injuries. Following the crash, the infant was flown to Sacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola. Her initial condition was originally listed as “guarded.” According to police reports, the infant was a passenger[…]

Video of Trooper-Involved Crash Releaseds

Blue light flasher atop of a police car. City lights on the background.

The Florida Highway Patrol publicly released a video that shows the a collision that left two troopers injured in Pensacola late in May. The troopers were conducting a traffic stop at the time of the crash, and both troopers were treated for injuries and released from the hospital. The video shows the incident that occurred[…]

Local Group Outfits Elementary Students with Helmetss

bicycle with helmet

Tragedy struck in Mid-May when a local fourth grader was struck by a car while riding her bike. According to police reports, she was legally riding on the street in the bicycle lane at about 7:20 a.m. The driver of a Ford Edge allegedly did not see her riding, and therefore did not yield right[…]