Wesley Chapel, FL (February 8, 2019) - An 85-year-old man is dead following a collision between two vehicles in Wesley Chapel on Thursday, February 7th.
Police say that William A. Bologneta was driving a Honda Civic eastbound on Eagleston Boulevard. At the same time, 19-year-old Layton Anthony Wilkinson was traveling southbound in a Toyota Camry on Bruce B. Downs Boulevard. Bologneta attempted to make a left turn onto Downs but instead turned into the path of the Camry. The two cars collided, causing Bologneta serious injuries. He was taken to a local hospital and later pronounced dead. There is no word on whether Wilkinson was hurt.
Police are still looking into the crash.
Over 250,000 people will be injured in car accidents across Florida this year. We are saddened at the tragic loss in life in this crash and our thoughts are with the victim's family.
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