Florida News Alert – Two Pedestrians Tragically Killed by Semi-TruckFebruary 26, 2020 | Category: Florida News Alerts, Pedestrian Accidents | Share
Mulberry, FL (February 26, 2020) A semi-truck came around a curve, crossed over the white fog line, and hit Rafael Gandoy, 29, and Armando Melendez, 23, according to the Polk County Sheriff’s Office.
The accident happened along State Road 60, northwest of Mulberry.
The two pedestrians were tragically killed in the accident.
According to authorities, no charges have yet been filed.
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