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Pinellas Deputy Injured in Dunedin Crash

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The other driver was also injured, the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office said.

DUNEDIN – A deputy and another driver suffered minor injuries Tuesday (Jan. 9) in a Dunedin traffic crash, the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office said.

Jennifer Zinge, 45, a detective with the sheriff’s office, and the other driver,¬†George A. Gillies, 86, of Dunedin, were taken to local hospitals with non-life threatening injuries. Zinge has worked with the Pinellas sheriff since Oct. 9, 1994.

Deputies issued a non-criminal citation for failure to yield right of way to Gillies. They said it does not appear that either speed or impairment was a factor in the crash.

According to deputies, Zinge was on duty and driving her unmarked sheriff’s office 2013 Ford Fusion westbound on Main Street about 4:07 p.m. Gillies was driving his 2000 Ford Taurus
eastbound on Main Street. Gillies tried to make a northbound turn from Main onto Pinehurst Road, in front of Zinge’s Ford, causing the collision. Investigators said both westbound and eastbound traffic signals at Main and Pinehurst were green.

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Pinellas Deputy Injured in Dunedin Crash
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Pinellas Deputy Injured in Dunedin Crash
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The other driver was also injured, the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office said.
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