Accident claims 2 near Horseshoe Beach

County Road 351 and SW 782nd Avenue photo
Two men died when their vehicle left County Road 351 and hit a tree north of Horseshoe Beach on Sunday morning. (Google Maps)

Two men died when their vehicle left County Road 351 and hit a tree on Sunday north of Horseshoe Beach.

According to a Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) release, a 26-year-old Casselberry man was driving a sedan north on County Road 351 at midnight just south of SW 782nd Avenue when he traveled onto the east shoulder. The vehicle continued several feet and collided with a tree.

Both the driver and a 54-year-old male passenger from Horseshoe Beach were pronounced dead on scene by emergency responders. Neither of the men was wearing a seatbelt.

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Bobcat

Adron was my friend , i never met his son but if he was anything like adron i would have liked him also . To their family i can only send my condolences and pray for you this was a father and son involved.

Last edited 25 days ago by Bobcat
Frances Boyson

I am a friend of Stephen
What a wonderful person he was
and the friend everyone needs in their lives
I will miss my friend in so many ways and I am so sad for the family
He and his mother were best friend
He loved his mother so much he always had something happy to say about her and his dogs
Omg his Dogs were his everything and his nieces and nephew were his happy place
To my friend
Sorry we didn’t get to say good bye
So I will say it now
Good bye my friend will see you again you till than
Piece out

Tyece Lamar

I was a friend of Stephen’s as well. This is soo sad to hear. He had so much life ahead of him. He loved his dad soo much 😢 even when we were mad at each other I’d still go and check on him.

Debbie Gillard

I’m a neighbor of Stephen, to his Mom and the rest of his family I’m so sorry for your loss, my deepest condolences to all of you. Stephen was such a nice guy to talk to, if he didn’t see his neighbors for a few days, he’d always ask how everyone was, he would play football or soccer outside with the neighborhood children, kids just gravitated towards him and they loved him, we didn’t know him to long since he moved to our neighborhood 2 yrs ago , but from what we know of him he was a great guy. RIP Stephen you’ve got your wings so be free and soar high God bless .🙏🏼😇