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Pedestrian killed in Clearwater is identified

CLEARWATER — Clearwater police have identified the pedestrian who died when he was struck by a car Wednesday night.

Herman Samuel Adkisson, 62, who was identified by police as a transient, was crossing six-lane Missouri Avenue on a busy stretch between Court Street and Druid Road when he was struck by Kevin Michael Zeh, 50, of St. Petersburg, according to a report.

Zeh told police he did not see Adkisson until just before the impact.

Police received the call about the accident at 6:52 p.m. It was dark and raining at the time in the Clearwater area. All lanes of southbound Missouri Avenue were closed while the accident was investigated.

Pedestrian killed in Clearwater is identified 02/14/13 [Last modified: Thursday, February 14, 2013 1:44pm]
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