Work on the I-4 Ultimate project has been temporarily suspended after a worker was killed on the job on Thursday morning. SGL subcontractor Shelby Erectors, the lead contractor on the I-4 Ultimate project, confirmed that its worker 56-year-old Michael Tolman of Orlando died shortly after he was struck by rebar forming a "cap cage" near the westbound I-4 on-ramp at South Street. Tolman was critically injured when the reinforced steel fell on him.
A SUV driver lost control and crashed into a brick wall on South Dean Road in Orlando on Friday morning, according to the Florida Highway Patrol. The tow truck driver was able to drive the car from the wall to the bed of his tow truck. The accident happened on South Dean road in Orlando. The driver was taken to the hospital with unknown injuries. pic.twitter.com/DZnqXS16lu â€” David Bodden (@DBoddenNEWS13) March 9, 2018The driver was taken to the hospital, but her condition is unknown, FHP stated.
A controversial bill that was crafted since the Parkland shooting passed in the Florida House on Wednesday, but it is unclear if Gov. Rick Scott will sign it into law. The bill was created as a result of the Parkland shooting that left 17 students and staff of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School dead and the shadow of the Pulse terror attack was lingering over it. The bill passed with a 67-50 vote and it includes provisions to enable some school employees to be armed in the classroom.
The tow truck driver was able to drive the car from the wall to the bed of his tow truck. The accident happened on South Dean road in Orlando. The driver was taken to the hospital with unknown injuries. https://t.co/DZnqXS16lu
The oseola county sheriff says Damon Duavall Session is the man they believe shot and killed 2 people in a hotel room earlier this week. He is being held in the Osceola County jail on 2 counts of 1st degree murder. Sheriff believes it may have been a drug deal gone bad. https://t.co/uTHyzguXAx
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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