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Seffner man, 52, struck and killed by SUV in Mango

MANGO — A 52-year-old Seffner man was struck and killed by an SUV on Tuesday night as he was crossing E Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.

Tanya K. Swift was at the crosswalk at Williams Road at about 7:25 p.m.

He was hit by a Toyota Land Cruiser driven by 74-year-old Fouad Salem of Tampa. Salem was driving east on MLK when he went through the intersection on a green light, according to an FHP report.

Swift was taken to Tampa General Hospital, where he later died.

The investigation continues.

Seffner man, 52, struck and killed by SUV in Mango 03/07/12 [Last modified: Wednesday, March 7, 2012 3:02pm]
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