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Weeki Wachee man injured in wreck

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Weeki wachee man injured in wreck

A Weeki Wachee man was in fair condition at St. Joseph's Hospital in Tampa after his car collided Tuesday with a sport utility vehicle at Tampa Road and Commerce Boulevard in Oldsmar.

Eric Vanoer, 51, was taken to St. Joseph's with life-threatening injuries after the Honda Accord he was driving struck a Honda Pilot SUV driven by Evelyn Noble, 49, of Clearwater, said Pinellas County sheriff's deputies.

Noble was southbound on Commerce and making a left turn onto Tampa Road when her vehicle was hit. Noble was treated for non life-threatening injuries.

Deputies said alcohol was not a factor in the crash, which occurred about 5 p.m.

No charges were immediately filed.

Weeki Wachee man injured in wreck 01/07/09 [Last modified: Wednesday, November 3, 2010 9:32am]
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