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Two hospitalized when truck flips over in St. Petersburg crash

ST. PETERSBURG — Two men were hospitalized, one in critical condition, after two vehicles collided Thursday afternoon, St. Petersburg Fire and Rescue said.

The crash happened at 40th St. and 1st Avenue N. Fire and Rescue got the call at 2:26 p.m.

Authorities said a woman driving a Kia Spectra ran a stop sign and collided with the truck in the intersection.

The truck then rolled and landed on top of a 2001 Nissan Altima parked on 1st Avenue N. No one was inside the Altima.

The passenger in the truck was thrown from the vehicle, police said. Medical responders examined two other people in the other vehicle, but they were not severely injured.

Two hospitalized when truck flips over in St. Petersburg crash 04/28/11 [Last modified: Thursday, April 28, 2011 4:53pm]
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