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Crash closes U.S. 19 northbound in Palm Harbor

PALM HARBOR — A serious crash closed U.S. 19 northbound Wednesday afternoon.

A crash was reported at U.S. 19 and Nebraska Avenue, and lanes from Nebraska Avenue to Highlands Boulevard were closed until at least 2 p.m., Palm Harbor Fire Rescue said.

Details about the severity of the crash were not immediately available.

Crash closes U.S. 19 northbound in Palm Harbor 05/01/13 [Last modified: Wednesday, May 1, 2013 2:09pm]
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