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Blog Posts in December, 2009

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  • Ybor City Accident Involves Four Cars
    Ybor City Accident Involves Four Cars

    An Ybor City car accident in involving four cars leaves a woman in serious condition. The incident took place at approximately 2:30 PM on Tuesday afternoon, November 10, 2009. According to Capt. Bill ...

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  • New Flu Shot Coming Out for Adults
    New Flu Shot Coming Out for Adults

    The federal government is moving forward with new flu vaccines for the upcoming season. This is a vaccine for the flu strain the government feels is most likely to infect the largest number of people ...

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  • You Could Be in Danger in Your Toyota
    You Could Be in Danger in Your Toyota

    Have you ever wondered what you would do if the gas pedal in your car became stuck while pressing down on the accelerator? That scary situation is what many Toyota owners have recently faced. As a ...

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  • Longwood Accident Leaves Two Dead
    Longwood Accident Leaves Two Dead

    A Longwood car accident involving a single vehicle leaves two young men dead after the driver lost control and struck a tree. The incident took place just after 1:00 AM on Thursday morning, November ...

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  • Safety Tips To Avoid an Auto Accident This Holiday Season
    Safety Tips To Avoid an Auto Accident This Holiday Season

    It’s the holiday season which means many people will be hitting the Florida roadways to attend parties, festivities and family gatherings. As travel increases, so do the chances of being involved in a ...

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  • Tampa Area Pedestrian Accidents Leaves Two Dead
    Tampa Area Pedestrian Accidents Leaves Two Dead

    A string of Tampa Bay accidents involving several pedestrians leaves two dead and three others injured, including a 14-year-old boy. The accidents took place on Tuesday evening, December 8, 2009. In ...

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