• January 04, 2017

One Killed in Three-Vehicle Accident on Adamo Dr. in Tampa, FL

Tampa, FL -- An alleged alcohol related three-vehicle collision claimed the life of an unidentified man Wednesday, January 4, 2017 in Tampa, FL.

Sources say the incident took place at the intersection of Adamo Drive and Falkenburg Road about 3:30 a.m.

It appears a vehicle driven by 28-year-old Johnathan Honza was westbound on Adamo Drive near the intersection with Falkenburg Rd. A second vehicle was southbound in the left turn lane on Falkenburg, headed towards the intersection. Mr. Honza's vehicle reportedly ran through a red light light, colliding with the second vehicle. The occupant of the second vehicle was taken to a nearby hospital, but later succumbed to their injuries.

The report claims a third vehicle was involved when debris from the collision sailed into the eastbound lanes. The four occupants of the vehicle struck by the debris were reportedly uninjured.

Officials had yet to identify the deceased victim pending notification of next of kin.

The investigation is ongoing.

The report provided no further information regarding the crash.


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