A two-car accident on 50th Street on Wednesday left one person hospitalized and both vehicles with extensive damage.
At about 6:28 p.m., a Ford Ranger pickup traveling northbound toward Fletcher Avenue collided with an Infiniti J30 that failed to yield and pulled out of the Terrace Palms Condominiums at 11801 N. 50th St., according to Hillsborough Sheriff’s Deputy R. Woychowski.
One of the Ford Ranger’s three occupants was taken to hospital with a suspected broken collarbone, while the other two and the driver of the Infiniti were not injured, sheriff’s deputies said.
Police blocked traffic between Terrace Palms and the Elm Drive entrance to the USF campus for three hours after the accident. Woychowski said it was not clear whether any of the four occupants were USF students.
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