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Two Seriously Injured in Palm Harbor Crash

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One driver ran a red light, the Florida Highway Patrol said.

PALM HARBOR – Both drivers were seriously injured in a traffic crash on Alderman Road on Tuesday (April 17) night, the Florida Highway Patrol said.

John A. Brnich, 74, of Palm Harbor, was taken to Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point.¬†Nicolas G. Louis, 30, of Tarpon Springs, was taken to St. Joseph’s Hospital. Both were in serious condition.

Robert S. Marshall, 51, of Palm Harbor, a passenger in Brnich’s SUV, suffered minor injuries but was not taken to a hospital.

Brnich was cited for failure to yield, making turn under red signal, troopers said.

The crash happened about 8:57 p.m. at the intersection of Alderman Road and Omaha Street. Troopers said Brnich was driving a 2016 Kia SUV north on Omaha. When he reached the intersection with Alderman, he failed to stop for a red traffic signal. He entered the intersection and collided with the 1992 Jeep that Louis was driving.

After the impact, the Jeep overturned and Louis, who was not wearing a seat belt, was thrown from the vehicle.

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Two Seriously Injured in Palm Harbor Crash
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