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Authorities in Tampa are currently investigating the tragic death of a toddler this week after the young child was run over by a pickup truck near East Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard yesterday afternoon.
Authorities with the Tampa Police Department are diligently working to determine the cause of a deadly motorcycle accident that claimed the lives of two high school students last Friday along Bay to Bay Boulevard in Hillsborough County.
According to preliminary incident reports from the responding officers with the Florida Highway Patrol, an individual suffered fatal injuries Friday afternoon after their pickup truck was involved in a deadly collision with a tractor-trailer along Veterans Expressway close to Hillsborough Avenue near Tampa.
According to public arrest records in Hillsborough County, a 51-year-old man has been apprehended and taken into custody for his alleged connection to a deadly hit-and-run collision over the weekend which claimed the life of a pedestrian near the intersection of East Robson Street and North Nebraska Avenue in Tampa.
In Tampa, a deputy with the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office was killed on Monday, January 11th, after being involved in a car accident while responding to an emergency situation. According to reports from the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Department, the 54-year-old deputy had worked for the law enforcement agency for several decades and was planning on retiring the following day, January 12th.
Interstate 275 is back open near downtown Tampa after a deadly wrong-way crash on February 13th. The two cars collided on the Ashley Drive exit ramp around 5:40 a.m. Both drivers, two men, died as a result of the crash. The road was closed for nearly 5 hours as investigators looked through the wreckage. The victims were identified as Eugene M. Fischer, 65, and Larry Lorenza Thompson, 47, and were the only people involved in the accident. The investigation into what caused this fatal accident is still underway, but Florida Highway Patrol spokesman Steve Gaskins released a statement about the how drivers can avoid these all too frequent wrong-way accidents that often occur at night.