Two hospitalized after four-vehicle accident
By Times staff writers
© St. Petersburg Times, published January 10, 2001
SEMINOLE -- Two people were taken to local hospitals after a 2:30 p.m. crash at 86th Avenue and Oakhurst Road, according to emergency officials. The crash was believed to have involved four vehicles.
Two people involved in the crash refused transport to the hospital, while one went to Sun Coast Hospital. A fourth person went by ambulance to Bayfront Medical Center in St. Petersburg as a trauma alert, which usually means injuries are serious, according to emergency officials.
No other information about the crash was available Tuesday. Florida Highway Patrol troopers did not release information about the crash late Tuesday.
Recycling cans will help Habitat program
ST. PETERSBURG -- Pinellas Habitat for Humanity has teamed up with the Aluminum Association to help families who need housing.
Families, churches, clubs and businesses are asked to collect empty food, beverage and pet food cans and recycle them. The proceeds will go toward Habitat for Humanity. There are five recycling centers throughout Pinellas County serving as collection sites for the project.
To learn which is closest to you, call the Pinellas Habitat for Humanity office at (727) 894-1522.
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