Tampa, FL (March 13, 2019) - A Pinellas County Sheriff's Deputy was involved in a crash at the intersection of 49th Street and 62nd Avenue North on Wednesday, March 13th.
Police were on the scene shortly after the accident occurred. Parts of the roadway were shut down for investigation, although some of the southbound lanes of 49th Street remained open. According to reports, injuries were reported in the crash the extent and severity of the injuries are unknown at this time. The deputy involved in the crash was not identified, nor is there any word on how the accident took place.
No further information is available.
Fatal car accidents happen every 92 seconds in Florida. The odds of being involved in a car accident at some point are, unfortunately, quite high. Even though no one expects to be a victim of a crash, the fact is that accidents happen all around us every day and negligent drivers pose a risk to every other person on the road.
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