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Mother, Children Hurt Crossing Dale Mabry

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The three are listed in stable condition.

TAMPA – A mother and her two sons, 18 months and 5 years old, were seriously injured Wednesday (Nov. 22) when they were hit while crossing S Dale Mabry Hwy., the Tampa Police Department said.

Cassandra Marie Spicola, 29, was taken to a hospital with critical injuries. Jordan Williams, 5, and Noah Spicola, 18 months, were taken to a hospital with non-life threatening injuries. They were all listed in stable condition early this morning (Nov. 23).

The crash happened about 5:52 p.m. on S Dale Mabry near Wyoming. Police said Spiocola was holding the hands of her two children while trying to cross Dale Mabry from east to west. They were not in a pedestrian crosswalk when they were hit by a southbound car driven by Thang Phu, 35.

Officers said the car’s driver immediately stopped and remained at the scene. No charges had been filed.

For information about the Tampa police, go to tampagov.net.

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Mother, Children Hurt Crossing Dale Mabry
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Mother, Children Hurt Crossing Dale Mabry
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The three are listed in stable condition.
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