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Thonotosassa woman charged with DUI manslaughter in January crash

TAMPA — A woman accused of causing a fatal crash in January after driving the wrong way on U.S. 301 was arrested Monday on a DUI manslaughter charge.

Monica L. Main, 33, of Thonotosassa was driving a Nissan Murano south in the northbound lanes of U.S. 301 north of Ohio Avenue at 9 p.m. Jan. 27 when she slammed into a Honda Civic driven by William J. Harrington, the Florida Highway Patrol said.

Harrington, 72 of Tampa, died at the scene, troopers said.

Main was being held at the Hillsborough County jail on $25,000 bail. Jail records show she is a clerk at a Kay Jewelers.

Thonotosassa woman charged with DUI manslaughter in January crash 10/21/13 [Last modified: Monday, October 21, 2013 10:23pm]
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