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Child Hurt in Pensacola Car Accidents

Car Crash

A toddler was left in critical condition after being involved in a car accident in Pensacola on February 1. The child was in a vehicle that was involved in a three-car crash at the intersection of Johnson Avenue and North Davis Highway. According to local police, an elderly woman from Pensacola is suspected of having[…]

Coal Barge Stuck on Sandbars

Top view of Tugboat pushing a heavy barge on the river

On Monday January 8th, inclement weather led to coal barges breaking loose on the Intracoastal Waterway. A company transporting coal from Mobile, Alabama to the Gulf Power Plant Crist in Pensacola had four barges break away, grounding them in the Fort Pickens Area. By Tuesday, three of the barges had been recovered. According to spokespeople[…]

Man Charged with Vehicular Manslaughter in Pensacolas

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A man from Pensacola has been charged with vehicular homicide after causing an accident that left an elderly gentleman dead. The man who has been charged was allegedly high on marijuana at the time of the accident. According to reports, the 27-year-old man was traveling on Ninth Avenue in a Dodge Coronet. A witness told[…]

DUI Crash Injures Four Childrens

Ambulance standing in night traffic at a motor vehicle accident in early winter

A crash occurred on Friday, November 10 at approximately 10:30 p.m. Five people were left with serious injuries as a result of the accident, including four children. The people injured had escaped a vehicle after it caught on fire. According to reports, a man was driving a 2013 Hyundai Sonata near Perdido Key Drive and[…]

Man Found Guilty of Causing Fatal Car Accidents

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A man was recently found guilty of causing a crash that proved fatal to three college students. The accident occurred in West Palm Beach in 2015. Both drivers were impaired at the time of the accident. According to reports, a PT Cruiser was attempting to make a turn off of Pensacola Street and onto White[…]

Riding in Pensacola Proves Dangerous for Motorcyclistss

Unrecognizable man on motorcycle in the street

In late September, a motorcyclist was killed by an SUV on Belleview Avenue. The motorcyclist was not doing anything wrong. The driver of the SUV backed out of their driveway, unaware of the man on the motorcycle, striking and killing him. The man on the bike was not wearing a helmet and alcohol does not[…]


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Distracted Drivings

Advice from Attorney Michael Thomas Not long ago, my best friend was killed by a distracted driver who was texting while driving. Unfortunately, he is not alone. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 8 people are killed and 1,161 people are injured every day in a crash involving distracted driving.[…]

Couple Saved After Capsizings

Luxury houseboat at pier on Lake Powell with window reflections of boats and red rock cliffs across lake Arizona USA

A couple from Pensacola found themselves confronted by Hurricane Irma while traveling back home in their houseboat. The couple capsized due to rough waters and had to be saved by officials. According to reports, the couple traveled to Saint Marks to harvest scallops. The couple had traveled for five days before deciding to return to[…]

Pensacola Day Care Shut Down After Hot Car Deaths

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A day care in Pensacola has been shut down after a tragic incident. Police say that a 3-year-old child was left in a day care van and died as a result of the high temperatures inside the vehicle. The cause of death has not been confirmed by the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office, but the state’s[…]