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Motorcyclist seriously injured in Fourth Street crash in St. Pete

ST. PETERSBURG — A motorcyclist was seriously injured Tuesday night in a crash with a car on Fourth Street N, officials said.

The crash happened at 112th Avenue N about 8:41 p.m., according to police.

Kevin Alan Stewart, 31, of St. Petersburg, was southbound on Fourth Street N at high speed on a 2001 Suzuki motorcycle, police said. Brandon T. Davenport, 24, was northbound on Fourth Street in a 1995 Toyota Camry.

Police said Davenport, of Tampa, turned left into a shopping center at 11100 Fourth St. N and crossed the motorcycle's path.

The front of Stewart's motorcycle collided with the rear of Davenport's vehicle, police said. Stewart, who was not wearing a helmet, was thrown from the bike. He was taken to Bayfront Medical Center in critical condition.

Davenport was not injured. One of his passengers was hospitalized but was expected to survive.

Motorcyclist seriously injured in Fourth Street crash in St. Pete 05/04/11 [Last modified: Wednesday, May 4, 2011 9:34am]
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