Four People Hospitalized Following Crash on Interstate 4 in Osceola County, Florida

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A three-car collision that shut down westbound Interstate 4 in Osceola County, Florida sent four people, including an infant, to the hospital. According to Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) troopers, Carolyn Alecia, 21-year-old, was driving with her infant on westbound I-4 when a tire on her Ford van separated, which caused Alecia to loose control of the car. After losing control, the van crashed into a Nissan driven by 30-year-old Fabiola Munoz. According to investigators, after the collision between the van and the Nissan, a Toyota, whose driver has not yet been identified, crashed into the van, which caught fire.
Munoz sustain minor personal injuries and was taken to Arnold Palmer hospital. Alecia’s infant along with the other unidentified driver of the Toyota also sustained minor personal injuries and were hospitalized. However, troopers says Alecia was hospitalized with serious injuries. The crash still remains under investigation. If you would like to read more about this story please see 3-car collision sends four people, including an infant to the hospital.
Interstate travel can be very dangerous; cars are traveling at higher speeds and there can be a great amount of traffic on interstate highways. Drivers need to stay attentive while driving, not just on interstate highways, but all Florida roadways. Doing so will keep Florida’s roads a safer place for all people, especially children.

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