Some residents in the Palma Ceia area were issued a precautionary notice to boil their water Saturday.
The notice said water service would be interrupted from 5 to 10 p.m. Saturday while crews made repairs to a water main break in the area of W Palmira and S Esperanza avenues. Forty locations were affected, the water department said.
The notice advises residents to boil water used for drinking and cooking after it is turned back on. The notice will be lifted after two days of "satisfactory" water sample results.
Residents with questions about can call the water department at (813) 274-7400.
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Missing man with dementia located
A 79-year-old Apollo Beach man who suffers from dementia was found Saturday driving along Highway 17 in Hardee County, according to the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office.
Paul Harvey Hannon was reported missing after he left his home on Silver Palm Way around 8 a.m. Friday. The Hardee County Sheriff's Office said that it found him on Saturday.
He would be cared for by Hardee deputies until his family could pick him up and take him home, according to officials.
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Man, 87, identified in fatal auto crash
Authorities have released the name of an 87-year-old Tarpon Springs man who died Friday after he turned his vehicle left into the path of an oncoming car on State Road 54.
Kenneth J. Robinson was driving a 1998 Buick LeSabre west on SR 54 about 3 p.m. and tried to turn left onto Black Lake Road, the Florida Highway Patrol reported. The Buick collided with a 2000 BMW that was traveling east on 54, troopers said.
The BMW driver, Paul Scala, 41, of Tampa, swerved but was unable to avoid the Buick, which spun in the road before ending up in the eastbound lane of 54. The BMW stopped on the highway's outside grass shoulder.
Robinson died at the scene. Scala suffered minor injuries.