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Pedestrian killed crossing 34th Street in St. Petersburg

ST. PETERSBURG

Pedestrian killed on 34th Street

A St. Petersburg man died Friday night after being struck by a car on 34th Street S, police said. Robert E. Fields, 53, was crossing the street in the middle of the block about 8:30 p.m. when he was struck by a Bradenton woman's car, according to investigators. Barbara E. Cali, 27, was heading south in the middle lane of the 300 block of 34th Street S when Fields stepped off the median and was struck by the front of Cali's Mazda sedan. Fields, of 34th Street S., died at Bayfront Medical Center. The investigation was continuing, police said.

Times staff

Pedestrian killed crossing 34th Street in St. Petersburg 12/05/09 [Last modified: Saturday, December 5, 2009 9:16pm]
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