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Tampa man, 72, killed in wrong-way crash

THONOTOSASSA — The Florida Highway Patrol identified the drivers involved in a fatal wrong-way crash Sunday night.

Monica L. Main, 32, was driving a Nissan Murano south in the northbound lanes of U.S. 301 north of Ohio Avenue at 9 p.m. when she slammed into a Honda Civic driven by William J. Harrington.

Harrington, of Tampa, died at the scene, troopers said. He was 72.

Main, of Mansfield, Ohio, was taken to Tampa General Hospital with what appeared to be minor injuries.

Charges are pending.

An investigation remained under way Monday morning.

Tampa man, 72, killed in wrong-way crash 01/28/13 [Last modified: Monday, January 28, 2013 1:31pm]
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