Orlando man dies after crashing into mailbox, cable box, utility pole, tree, fire hydrant & fence

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — A crash in west Orange County claimed the life of an Orlando man early Tuesday, according to Florida Highway Patrol.


Troopers said the crash, which involved a pickup truck, happened on North Pine Hills Road south of White Heron Drive just before 4 a.m.

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At the scene, investigators determined that the truck’s driver was heading northbound on Pine Hills Road before he traveled off the roadway.

According to a crash report, his truck then struck a mailbox, a cable box, a utility pole, a tree and a fire hydrant before finally hitting a fence.

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FHP said the driver, 47, of Orlando, died at the crash site.

Troopers said they’re working to figure out why the driver left the roadway.

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