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Spring Hill man dies after single-vehicle crash

SPRING HILL — A 34-year-old Spring Hill man died after he crashed into a concrete pole on Sunday afternoon, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.

Michael J. Gennusa was westbound on Elgin Boulevard when he left the road on the north side and struck a large pole near Sterling Hills Boulevard. Gennusa was not wearing a seat belt.

He died at the scene.

Spring Hill man dies after single-vehicle crash 06/05/11 [Last modified: Sunday, June 5, 2011 7:39pm]
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