A two-vehicle crash just past midday at Royal Palms Parkway and Point Pleasant Drive in Palm Coast resulted in the death of one of the drivers, according to authorities. The Palm Coast Fire Police shut down Royal Palms Parkway at Belle Terre Parkway to the west and Town Center Boulevard to the east.
A 63-year-old Palm Coast resident died in a two-vehicle car crash at West Hampton Drive and Pine Lakes Parkway just past 3 p.m. Wednesday, according to the Florida Highway Patrol. The death, however, appears to have been the result of a heart attack.
A 44-year-old Palm Coast man was killed in a collision with an SUV this morning on I-95 as he rode his motorcycle two miles north of the intersection with Old Dixie Highway.
A two-vehicle head-on Belle Terre Parkway early this afternoon required extrications of patients from both vehicles, the hospitalization of three people and the closure of Belle Terre’s southbound lanes from the north end of the Parkview Parkway loop.
Christopher Baxley, 27, was struck and killed while riding his bike on U.S. 1 near Seminole Woods Boulevard Sunday night. Earlier that day, the Florida Highway Patrol issued an update to an April 1 crash, reporting the death from his injuries of motorcyclist Tom Feretti, 61, who had crashed on April 1 on I-95 in Palm Coast.
Contrary to a sheriff’s release disseminated to media today, a Tesla could not have been on autopilot when it mildly crashed into a patrol deputy’s car during a traffic stop, nor could the Tesla have taken a wrong turn out of Wawa, since the self-driving vehicles’ capabilities are limited in city driving. But misconceptions about increasingly popular self-driving cars are common.
51-year-old Frederick Martinez of Flagler Beach was riding his bike on the side of State Road 100 toward home eight years ago when he was struck and killed by a work van. His daughter Tiffany tells the story of the “Ghost Bike” memorial that marked the eight anniversary of the crash.
The app is designed to improve safety and peace of mind for students and parents, reducing unnecessary wait times at bus stops, which have been and continue to be the site of accidents involving children and vehicles across the country.
Chauncey McCray, 24, was at the wheel of a rented blue Toyota Camry Thursday, due to pick up his sister’s child from school, when he took eluded deputies through a series of reckless maneuvers on Palm Coast streets and I-95 before crashing into a semi.
Palm Coast City Council member Victor Barbosa was cited for inattention in a t-bone crash he provoked last week at the intersection of Old Kings Road and Forest Grove Drive in Palm Coast.