Seminole, FL (July 10, 2019) - A pedestrian was killed in a crash that took place in Seminole on Tuesday, July 9th.
The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office responded to Seminole Boulevard, near 66th Avenue North, in response to the crash. Initial reports show that a pedestrian was walking in the northbound lanes of Seminole Boulevard when they were struck by a vehicle. The pedestrian sustained serious injuries and was later pronounced dead.
Police have not identified the deceased pedestrian, nor have they said whether the driver remained on the scene. The circumstances leading to the crash are unclear at this time. The area between Seminole and 66th Avenue North remained closed while investigators and rescue workers were at the scene.
We wish to extend our condolences to the family who lost a loved one in this tragic pedestrian collision in Seminole.
Sadly, around two fatal pedestrian collisions are reported daily in Florida. Pedestrians are more vulnerable than almost any other group on our streets and highways. Approximately 75% of all pedestrian crashes will result in hospitalization for the victim.
Liability for a pedestrian accident can occasionally be a complex question that requires expert determination. At Rubenstein Law, our Florida pedestrian accident attorneys have your back if you have been victimized by a negligent driver. We will fight vigorously for justice and your complete recovery.
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