A Hillsborough Community College student, injured in a traffic accident Friday at the intersection of 50th Street and Fletcher Avenue, died early Saturday.
A nursing supervisor at Tampa General Hospital said Melisa A. Landi, 19, of New York, died about 7 a.m. A passenger in Landi's car, Amanda Stein, 19, visiting from New York, was slightly injured. The driver of the other car, Edith C. Smith, 79, of Temple Terrace, was in stable condition at Tampa General Hospital, a nursing supervisor said.
Second newborn found
"Baby Friday," the abandoned newborn infant found Friday on a front lawn in southeastern Hillsborough County, now has a brother _ of sorts.
"Baby Doe," was found at 7:30 a.m. by a maintenance worker at the Highlands Regional Medical Center in Sebring.
The infant was examined then taken to the nursery at the Walker Memorial Medical Center in Avon Park where he was listed in good condition Saturday night.
"Baby Friday," who is being cared for at Tampa General Hospital was reported to be in fair condition Saturday night.
Infant taken to hospital dies
TAMPA _ Emergency workers rushed a 4-month-old to St. Joseph's Hospital early Saturday, where the child was pronounced dead, Tampa police said.
The child's mother, Tracy Smith of 4215 N 15th St., called at 5 a.m. and told the emergency operator the child had stopped breathing, according to a police report.
Stabbing victim not identified
TAMPA _ Police still have not released the identity of the 39-year-old man who was stabbed to death early Friday morning as he was riding his bicycle in north Tampa. The victim was approached by two men at 1:51 a.m. Friday at N Nebraska Avenue, east of Seneca Avenue, Tampa police said. A fight erupted, and the man was stabbed three times in the chest, police said.