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Troopers identify St. Petersburg pedestrian killed in crash

ST. PETERSBURG — Investigators identified Sunday the St. Petersburg woman struck and killed by a car last week as she walked across U.S. 19.

The Florida Highway Patrol said Amy Melissa Peachy, 27, was struck Friday night as she crossed the highway south of 50th Avenue N in Lealman.

She later died at Northside Hospital in St. Petersburg.

A 1992 Ford Mustang, driven by Nathan A. Eanes, 26, of Pinellas Park, was heading south when it hit her, the patrol said. He was not injured.

The crash remained under investigation.

Troopers identify St. Petersburg pedestrian killed in crash 09/08/13 [Last modified: Sunday, September 8, 2013 3:23pm]
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