St. Petersburg, FL - Injury Crash on 64th Ave. North and Haines Rd.
St. Petersburg, FL (April 12, 2023) - Police in St. Petersburg were called to the scene of a serious crash on Wednesday, April 12th. The accident took place just after 8:00 p.m. on 64th Avenue North at the intersection with Haines Road.
According to a report from troopers, the crash involved at least two cars. At least one person was injured as a result. Paramedics responded to the area and treated the victim for undisclosed injuries. There is no information on how the crash took place at this time. The road was partially blocked while officials investigated. Motorists were advised to avoid the scene.
An investigation is ongoing at this time. There is no further information available.
A reportable accident takes place in Florida about once every 90 seconds. While this number may seem high, it represents the dangers that are faced by all motorists on our local roadways. Due to the prevalence of negligent drivers, a collision is possible anywhere at any time. Drivers should always take precautions and drive safely in order to lower their risk of an accident.
We would like to offer our thoughts and best wishes to the victim of this car accident in St. Petersburg. We hope for a full recovery.
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