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Man dies in Plant City crash

PLANT CITY — A man killed in a crash Monday night was identified Tuesday as Chad Allen Pryor, 34.About 11: 20 p.m., Pryor, of 3811 S Frontage Road, Apt. 1, was driving a 1989 Dodge pickup truck on Knights Griffin Road when he lost control at the road's curve near Bailey Road, according to Hillsborough sheriff's deputies.

The car flipped and landed in the front yard of 1706 E Knights Griffin Road. Deputies said that both Pryor and his passenger, Felisha Mugrage, 22, of the same address, were thrown from the car.

Pryor died at the scene, and Mugrage was taken to Lakeland Regional Hospital. Deputies say she is in stable condition.

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Man dies in Plant City crash 07/14/09 [Last modified: Tuesday, July 14, 2009 1:50pm]
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