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Police: Man involved in crash died of heart attack

ST. PETERSBURG — A man has died after suffering an apparent heart attack Friday and crashing into another car, according to the St. Petersburg Police Department.

Lloyd Perkins, 65, was driving south on 66th Street N at 6:26 p.m. when the 2010 Ford pickup he was driving jumped the center median.

The truck struck the left side of a 2004 Lexus driven by Vytautus Prialgaoskas, 81, of St. Pete Beach, who was driving north on Pasadena Avenue. Perkins, of South Pasadena, was declared dead at Palms of Pasadena Hospital.

Prialgaoskas was treated for minor injuries at the same hospital and released. Jeanene Perkins, 65, and Stefa Prialgaoskas, 72, were each riding with their husbands, but were not reported to have been injured.

Police: Man involved in crash died of heart attack 02/01/13 [Last modified: Friday, February 1, 2013 10:58pm]
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