St. Petersburg Pedestrian Killed in Early Morning Crash
LEALMAN — A 78-year-old St. Petersburg man was killed when he was hit by a 2006 Honda at 54th Avenue N and 66th Street early Monday. The man was crossing 66th Street N in a marked crosswalk, the Tampa Bay Times reports. The Honda was traveling southbound on 66th Street and had a green light. The front passenger side of the car struck the man, officials said.
The pedestrian, who was not immediately identified, was taken to St. Petersburg General Hospital, where he was pronounced dead shortly after 6 a.m.
An investigation of the pedestrian accident was still being conducted late Monday morning.
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