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Woman, 82, killed in Dunedin pedestrian crash

DUNEDIN — An 82-year-old woman was killed Monday morning when she was struck by a pickup truck in a parking lot, the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office said.

Joan Maiocco, a resident of Mediterranean Manors at 2700 Bayshore Blvd., was walking across the condo parking lot shortly before 9 a.m. when a 1999 Dodge Ram with a dump bed backed up, knocked her to the ground and ran her over.

Maiocco died at the scene, deputies said. The driver of the pickup, Vincent Fusari, 62, of Palm Harbor, was not hurt.

The Sheriff's Office said it was a "low speed crash" that does not appear to involve alcohol or drugs.

The accident remains under investigation.

Woman, 82, killed in Dunedin pedestrian crash 11/25/13 [Last modified: Monday, November 25, 2013 2:33pm]
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