A Florida Highway Patrol guard was harmed early Monday morning when a almost lorry crashed into a parked application truck, pulling a lorry into a behind of a trooper’s parked cruiser.
The pile-up close down I-4 westbound nearby Osceola Parkway for hours on Monday morning.
Troopers pronounced it was only after 1:30 a.m. when a almost tractor-trailer driven by 35-year-old Lucumy Ramirez of Miami was roving westbound on I-4 nearby a Orange-Osceola county line and crushed into behind of a parked application truck.
The force of a impact caused a sequence greeting pile-up that sent a application lorry into a behind of a FHP cruiser that was parked in a construction zone.
According to a report, Trooper Carlos A. Alves-Ferrer was taken to a hospital. His injuries were minor.
The trooper’s cruiser was badly damaged. The almost strike with such force that it dense a case into a behind seat.
Christopher Elam, 30, of Deltona was in a application lorry during a time of a pile-up and had teenager injuries.
Ramirez was not severely injured, according to a report. He was ticketed for drifting driving.