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A morning crash on Friday, May 8th, within the City of Tampa remains under investigation while members of the Florida Highway Patrol work to uncover the reasons behind the single-vehicle accident. Much of the information relating to the incident remains unknown and pending the results of the investigation, however the Florida Highway Patrol did release some preliminary findings relating to the accident. These include the information that the driver of the car in question was a 21-year-old who was traveling in their vehicle down Interstate 4, close to the exit off of I-4 to U.S. 301 at around 9:00 on the morning in question.
Members of the Tampa Police Department were among officials on hand during the week of Monday, November 18th, to make sure that people traveling down K-Bar Ranch Parkway inside of New Tampa were obeying all posted speed limit signs. The reason for the sudden influx of police officers in the area relates to an incident that took place on that Monday when several teenagers were killed after the car in which they were traveling left the roadway and crashed along the shoulder. An initial investigation into the fatal auto accident determined that speed was the primary contributing factor to the crash.
A single-car crash in Tampa late in November was then subjected to a detailed investigation by the Florida Highway Patrol as they attempted to uncover just what happened within the vehicle to cause the incident. Reports from the FHP stated that a 54-year-old Seffner woman was behind the wheel of a Toyota Camry and traveling down the northern lanes of State Road 618 when she approached the intersection between this road and the Lee Roy Selmon Expressway sometime around midnight on the day in question.