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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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  • Travel Safely This Holiday Season
    Travel Safely This Holiday Season

    The holidays are rapidly approaching, which means many people will be hitting the road. As the amount of travelers increases, so does the risk of serious car accidents. If you will be driving to visit ...

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  • Fentanyl Pain Patch Overdose Symptoms
    Fentanyl Pain Patch Overdose Symptoms

    Although fentanyl is classified as a schedule II drug under the Controlled Substances Act, it is a medication that is still frequently used to treat post-operative and break-through pain. This ...

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  • Orlando Auto Accident Leaves a Mother Dead
    Orlando Auto Accident Leaves a Mother Dead

    An Orlando auto accident involving a single car and a teenage driver leaves a mother dead and two others injured when the sport utility vehicle (SUV) she was driving overturned in a retention pond. ...

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  • Lake City Man Killed in Tampa Auto Accident
    Lake City Man Killed in Tampa Auto Accident

    A Tampa auto accident involving two vehicles leaves one man dead after his car collides with a Mercedes on Fowler Avenue. The incident took place at approximately 4:45 PM on Saturday afternoon, ...

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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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