Troopers: One dead in crash on Sand Lake Road

An Orlando man was killed in a crash Saturday night after the vehicle he was driving hit a utility pole, troopers said.William Luis, 55, was driving a Hyundai west on Sand Lake Road Saturday night, west of Winegard Road. The vehicle in front of him, driven...

Troopers: One dead in crash on Sand Lake Road

An Orlando man was killed in a crash Saturday night after the vehicle he was driving hit a utility pole, troopers said.William Luis, 55, was driving a Hyundai west on Sand Lake Road Saturday night, west of Winegard Road. The vehicle in front of him, driven...

19 mart 2017 Sunday 18:46
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Troopers: One dead in crash on Sand Lake Road

An Orlando man was killed in a crash Saturday night after the vehicle he was driving hit a utility pole, troopers said.

William Luis, 55, was driving a Hyundai west on Sand Lake Road Saturday night, west of Winegard Road.

The vehicle in front of him, driven by Daryl Bass of St. Cloud, stopped at a traffic signal.

Luis didn’t stop, and hit Bass’ Chevrolet Equinox, causing the Hyundai to cross the eastbound lanes of Sand Lake Road.

The vehicle came to rest after striking a utility pole, troopers said in a release.

Luis was pronounced dead at an area hospital.

Officials are still investigating the crash.

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