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Three seriously hurt in U.S. 19 crash in Palm Harbor

Three people were in the hospital Thursday afternoon after a sport utility vehicle collided nearly head on with a Kia Sorento on U.S. 19 in Palm Harbor, the Florida Highway Patrol said.

While driving north in his Yukon, John Craig Zimmerman, 58, of Palm Harbor, "suffered a medical emergency," which caused the SUV to swerve into the center median and into oncoming traffic, the FHP said.

The Yukon smashed head on into Robert Coburn, 87, and Betty Coburn, 89, as they drove near Coral Landings Boulevard.

All three suffered serious injuries and were taken to local hospitals.

Three seriously hurt in U.S. 19 crash in Palm Harbor 10/24/13 [Last modified: Thursday, October 24, 2013 5:57pm]
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