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Four Injured in Fifth Street Crash

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One driver ran a stop sign, St. Petersburg police said.

ST. PETERSBURG – Four people were hurt – two seriously – in a traffic crash Sunday (March 10), according to the St. Petersburg Police Department.

One driver, Curtis Rucker, 19, was taken to the hospital in critical but stable condition. His 16-year-old passenger was treated and released from the hospital. The other driver, 64, suffered minor injuries and was release from the hospital. That driver’s wife, 67, was taken to the hospital in serious but stable condition.

The crash happened shortly after 7 p.m. at the intersection of Fifth Street and 34th Avenue N in St. Petersburg.

Police said Rucker was driving a Honda Accord south Fifth Street when he ran the stop sign at 34th Avenue and hit the side of a BMW that was eastbound on 34th.

The investigation is continuing.

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