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Nova Scotia Man Killed In St. Petersburg, Florida, Crash

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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – An 89-year-old man from Nova Scotia was killed in a crash that happened on Sunday evening in St. Petersburg.

At about 7:15 p.m. Sunday, March 10, a gray Hyundai Tucson driven by Dorothy Mosher, 83, of Nova Scotia, Canada, was westbound on the Pinellas Bayway when it attempted to make a left turn onto Bahia Del Mar Boulevard South.

A gray Toyota Corolla, driven by Andrea Tatsch, 26, of St. Petersburg, was traveling eastbound on the Pinellas Bayway. The Hyundai entered the path of the Toyota, and they collided at the intersection of Bahia Del Mar Boulevard South.

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The Hyundai then collided with a Buick Enclave and stopped at a stop sign on Bahia Del Mar Blvd. S.

The three occupants in the Hyundai and the driver of the Toyota were all transported to Bayfront Health St. Petersburg for treatment of their injuries.

The Buick driver was uninjured.

Philip Rose, 89, of Nova Scotia, Canada, who was a passenger in the Hyundai, later died of his injuries at the hospital. His next of kin has been notified.

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