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Orange County, FL – Fatal Pedestrian Accident Involving Motorcycle

Orange County, FL (February 28, 2020) – Last evening, a serious fatal pedestrian accident involving a motorcyclist took place in an unidentified area of Orange County.

A witness said that a motorcyclist was driving close to 100 mph when it struck 33-year-old Anelsy Alba and her 6-year-old daughter. They were both taken to a hospital but were tragically pronounced deceased.

The motorcycle then continued on down the road and hopped the center median where it collided with a minivan in the other lane of traffic.

The driver of the motorcycle was identified as Bryan Smith, who was taken to the hospital with serious trauma. Police did not say if he is facing any charges.

The investigation into the accident is currently ongoing.

We would like to offer our deepest condolences to the family of the deceased victim at this time.

Pedestrian Accidents in Florida

Pedestrians are prone to some of the most devastating harm in the event of an accident. This is due to the fact that they are some of the most vulnerable parties on our roadways. In 2016, it was recorded that approximately 652 of the fatalities in Florida involved pedestrians. If you have suffered these devastating losses, your family has a right to seek compensation on behalf of your loved one. You should always be prepared to speak with a wrongful death attorney in your time of need.

Our accident attorneys at Sheftall & Associates have aggressively fought to protect the rights of victims after they have lost somebody they love in an accident. We understand how overwhelmed you might be feeling on financial and emotional levels after an accident and do not want you to stand alone. Please contact our accident attorneys in Florida for the help you deserve at (904) 638-7712.

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