Authorities Arrest Teen – ATV (All Terrain Vehicle) Accident in Hudson Florida – 4 Teens Suffer Personal Injuries

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Michael Dennis Floyd, 17, has been arrested and accused of injuring four people in a hit-and-run accident with an all-terrain vehicle (ATV). According the Florida Highway Patrol, Floyd, who was driving a pickup truck, collided with the ATV. FHP also said the ATV ran through a stop sign.
The kids on the ATV ranged in ages from 12- to 16-years-old; they were all thrown from the ATV and were taken to the hospital after sustaining personal injuries.
Floyd, who reportedly turned himself in, told authorities he initially fled the scene because he did not have a driver’s license and had a warrant out for his arrest. He now faces charges of leaving the scene of an accident with serious bodily injury and driving without a valid license. He is entitled to a criminal defense attorney to defend any charges pressed against him. If you would like to read more on this story please see Teen arrested in hit-and-run with ATV.
Luckily, this accident did not result in the death of any involved. Hopefully, the kids who did sustain personal injuries have a full and quick recovery. You should never leave the scene of an accident or drive without a valid driver’s license, it is illegal. Drivers need to accept and appreciate the responsibilities they take on when getting behind the wheel of an automobile.

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