FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL March 20, 2023 Early this morning, tragedy struck along State Road 29 in LaBelle as a 27-year-old man was killed in a two-vehicle collision involving five cows. The crash occurred shortly before 5:00 AM when the driver of a Ford Mustang and the... Read More.
A young woman was pronounced dead on the scene by the Florida Patrol. It is reported that She turned her motorcycle into the front of a commercial truck in Arcadia.The girl has been identified an 18-year-old Arcadia resident, according to a news... Read More.
ARCADIA —A five-car accident on State Road 70 October 13th in DeSoto County has claimed the lives of two people.FHP issued a press release on the crash, stating that an attempted passing preceded the crash.
Two people were killed Friday when the John Deere utility vehicle they were driving was hit on County Road 660 in DeSoto County.The accident has claimed the life of a 33-year-old woman and a 13-year-old boy according to the Florida Highway Patrol.The crash happened... Read More.
ARCADIA — An Arcadia teenager crashed his car and then touched downed power lines after wrecking the car near U.S. 17. As a result he died, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.The 17-year-old was driving a sedan east on S.W. Robin Road... Read More.
ARCADIA —Kiara Rishelle Morant, 18, the woman accused of killing a child with her SUV, is being held on no bond at DeSoto County Jail. She is being charged with driving without a drivers license and... Read More.
NORTH PORT— NBC2 reporter Jenny Lenzinia age 26 and Cody Bunch 30, died in a single-vehicle motorcycle crash Saturday afternoon in North Port.Around 4 p.m., the North Port Police Department responded to a crash at the intersection of Plantation Blvd.... Read More.
A 61-year-old woman from Arcadia was killed after veering into the path of a pickup truck Wednesday afternoon.A 27-year-old driver from Riverview was driving a pickup west on State Road 70 approaching when the 61-year-old in a sedan-type vehicle traveled into the intersection.The 61-year-old... Read More.
Arlington, Va. — Federal Aviation Administration officials Wednesday tried to defend the decisions they made after a 737 Max jet crashed in Indonesia last year. But in a Senate hearing, it was revealed they predicted a second malfunction was likely. Sadly, they were right,... Read More.