Wrong way crash injures to Orlando Police officers and a man

Wrong way crash injures

ORLANDO, FLORIDA- According to the Orlando Police Department, two of their police officers from the Orlando Police Department and another driver are seriously injured from a wrong-way crash.

The incident occurred on Princeton Street where the two parties collided with each other. The wrong-way accident was between John Young Parkway and Texas Avenue.

Princeton Street which was closed after the crash for about five hours was later re-opened at about 9.00 a.m.

All three injured; the two officers and the other driver were taken to the Orlando Regional Medical Center. Their conditions are serious but reportedly not life-threatening.

According to the Orlando Police, the two officers are being treated for their injuries and are alert.

26-year-old Tampa woman killed in a crash near Orlando

Tampa woman killed in a crash near Orlando

ORLANDO, FLORIDA: As per the reports, a car struck a tree in Orange County on early Monday around 2:45 a.m. that left the driver dead.

The Florida Highway Patrol said the deadly single-vehicle crash happened on Winter Garden Vineland Road at Jacaranda Boulevard near Orlando.

The victim was identified as a 26-year-old woman from Tampa. The reports by the Florida Highway Patrol states the victim was driving a 2013 Toyota Corolla. Troopers said the woman was driving north on Winter Garden Vineland Road.

Reports say the vehicle then struck a tree. According to the troopers, the woman was pronounced dead at the scene.

The woman was wearing a seat belt. The Florida Highway Patrol is investigating the reason that led to the crash.

No more details are available. Anyone who has information about the crash is urged to contact the Florida Highway Patrol.