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Authorities with the Florida Highway Patrol working within the Hillsborough County limits are currently working around the clock to determine the chain of events surrounding a fatal rear-end collision that claimed the life of one motorist early Saturday morning along Interstate 275 near Tampa.
Arrest records from officials with the Tampa Police Department indicate that a 23-year-old individual has been charged with leaving the scene of a crash with serious bodily injury after they were involved in a hit-and-run accident which claimed the life of a rental scooter rider early Friday morning near the intersection of Nebraska Avenue and Palm Avenue in Ybor City.
A student of Plant High died on Tuesday, January 21st, as a result of injuries they had sustained in a car accident that had taken place over the weekend. Reports from police working within the Tampa Police Department indicated that the incident took place on Saturday.
During the afternoon of Monday, August 5th, emergency response crews rushed to I-75 in Tampa in response to reports of an auto accident involving numerous vehicles. According to reports from the Florida Highway Patrol, the incident took place around 2:30 – fortunately before rush hour traffic would have made it so that the highway was even more congested with vehicles.
A woman from Seffner experienced a tremendous shock early in the morning of January 1st after her car crashed into a ditch filled with water located off of Interstate 4 in Hillsborough County. According to reports from the Florida Highway Patrol, the incident was first reported just before 4:00 in the morning when the driver of a 2008 Toyota Scion called in a panic from within her vehicle as water from the ditch began to fill the car.
A motorist is under arrest after an accident killed two people, and injured two others, in a two-vehicle accident in the neighborhood of Forest Hills, near Tampa, Florida. The accident occurred on Sunday, November 1st. Police said a suspected drunken driver crashed an SUV into a sedan with four people inside, at the intersection of Richard Street and Hartman Road. The two backseat passengers in the sedan, George Moon, 76, and Beverly Moon, 63, were killed at the scene. The front seat passenger’s included Moon’s 45-year-old niece, and the driver was the niece’s daughter. They were both taken to John Peter Smith Hospital with minor injuries.