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Another Wrong-Way Driver on I-275
Another Wrong-Way Driver on I-275

On the evening of Friday, February 21, 2014, just a little over a week after a first wrong-way collision on the I-275, a second driver drove the wrong direction heading north and collided with a rental box truck. Just past Busch Boulevard, the driver of the wrong-way vehicle ...

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Blog posts in February, 2014

  • Wrong-Way Driver Identified in Collision that Killed Four USF Students

    TAMPA – On Feb. 11, 2014, the Tampa Tribune released new information stating that the wrong-way driver had been at a party before the fatal crash that ...

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  • Speed Was a Factor in Fatal Bloomingdale Avenue Crash

    On Feb. 10, 2014 the Tampa Tribune published an article highlighting the fact that the Bloomingdale Avenue crash victims had been longtime friends. ...

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  • Four USF Students Killed in Wrong-Way Collision on I-275

    The Tampa Tribune published an article about four University of South Florida fraternity brothers who lost their lives after a driver collided head-on ...

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  • 20-Year-Old Man Killed in Motorcycle Accident

    Wednesday, January 29, a 20-year-old motorcyclist was killed in a crash with a car on State Road 54 in Wesley Chapel, reports the Tampa Tribune. The ...

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  • Tampa Man Files Suit after Being Rear-Ended by a "Distracted" Cop

    The Tampa Tribune published an article about a Tampa man who filed a lawsuit claiming that his car was rear-ended by a police officer who was ...

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  • "Hello, I'm the Guy You Hit."

    A 56-year-old newspaper carrier in Wisconsin was injured after being hit by motorist and becoming lodged in the vehicle's windshield. Although the ...

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