Tag Archives: Florida Highway Patrol
The Florida Highway Patrol reports that a 25-year old Marion County man is in critical condition after a train hit his car Sunday.
The Florida Highway Patrol is cracking down on aggressive driving around 18-wheeler rigs.
A routine traffic stop on I-75 Saturday night turned into a search-and-capture mission for Florida Highway Patrol. Trooper Michael Todd pulled over a Wolkswagen Jetta in southern Alachua County because he saw it weaving on the roadway. The driver, 35-year-old […]
Burning brush in Lafeyette and Levy counties cause smoke issues on Florida roads.
The Florida Highway Patrol is sending more troopers out onto the roads today as they kick off the “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign. The nation-wide campaign aimed at pulling impaired drivers off the road will be in effect […]
The Florida Highway Patrol announced the preliminary results from its Independence Day holiday enforcement effort. During the four day period of July 1st through the 4th, FHP increased the number of troopers patrolling Florida’s roadways. Troopers issued more than 8,000 […]
With rising temperatures and busy summer days, the Department of Children and Families and the Florida Highway Patrol are reminding parents and caregivers not to leave their children unattended in cars. Press Secretary of the Department Erin Gillespie says that this is a growing […]
The Florida Highway Patrol now says Interstate 10 has been reopened in both directions. The FHP and the Florida Department of Transportation want drivers to use caution though as they travel on I-10 in Baker and Columbia counties. The water levels […]
The Florida Highway Patrol is reporting that a sinkhole that opened up on S.R. 26, between Serena Lake Drive and S.R. 100 has now been repaired by the Florida Department of Transportation.
The Florida Highway Patrol says additional sections of Interstate 10 could be closed at any time because of flooding from Tropical Storm Debby. This picture was taken by FHP Captain Keith Gaston one mile east of U.S. 41, from the […]