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Pedestrian critically injured in Pinellas Park crash

PINELLAS PARK — A homeless man was critically injured Saturday morning when he was hit by a car as he crossed Park Boulevard at 56th Street N, authorities said.

Terry Lee Andrews, 60, was rushed to Bayfront Medical Center with multiple life-threatening injuries.

Andrews was struck just before 2 a.m. by a 2007 Toyota car driven by Truc Trung Ho, 24, of St. Petersburg. Ho immediately stopped, said Lt. Paul Andrews of Pinellas Park Police.

Because of the serious nature of the accident, the Traffic Homicide Unit is handling the case, Andrews said.

Pedestrian critically injured in Pinellas Park crash 10/10/09 [Last modified: Saturday, October 10, 2009 10:45pm]
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