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Indiana woman killed after being struck while walking on Howard Frankland Bridge

TAMPA – An Indiana woman died early Saturday when she was hit by a car while walking on the Howard Frankland Bridge, the Florida Highway Patrol said.

Lucindi Lane, 25, of Kendallville, Ind., was walking along the inside-lane shoulder of southbound Interstate 275 near mile marker 36 at 4:49 a.m. when she was hit by a driver heading in the same direction, trooper said. She died at the scene.

The driver, Angelina Jeffries, 18, of Port Charlotte, and a passenger were not injured. The incident remains under investigation, FHP said.

Indiana woman killed after being struck while walking on Howard Frankland Bridge 12/08/12 [Last modified: Saturday, December 8, 2012 10:45am]
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