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One fatality reported in Largo traffic crash

LARGO — A woman was killed Thursday afternoon in a crash in Largo, police said.

About 5 p.m. the Largo Police Department responded to an accident near 66th Street and 142nd Avenue.

Evan Moyer, 49, of Largo, was driving west on 142nd Avenue in a Ford F-250 when a car making a left turn pulled in front of him, police said.

The Mazda, driven by William Frazier Jr., 65, of Clearwater, was hit by the truck on the side. The car's passenger, Nancy Frazier, 63, died at the scene, police said.

William Frazier was flown to a local hospital in serious condition. Moyer was also taken to a local hospital, but with minor injuries.

Authorities were still investigating.

One fatality reported in Largo traffic crash 02/27/14 [Last modified: Thursday, February 27, 2014 10:36pm]
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