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One day after fatal accident, Tampa moves to lower speed limit on Bayshore Blvd
City of Tampa workers will begin replacing speed limit signs on Bayshore Boulevard with 35 mph signs on Friday. It comes after a woman pushing her 21-month-old daughterin a stroller was struck and killed Wednesday by a car that police say was racing another along the road.  [Times files]
TAMPA City officials announced Thursday they are reducing the speed limit on Bayshore Boulevard, one day after a mother and her 21-month-old daughter were struck and fatally injured by a speeding car as they crossed the street.Starting today ,...
Cameron Coyle Herrin, 18 (left), John Alexander Barrineau, 17 (middle) and Tristan Christopher Herrin, 20 (right) were arrested in connection with the death Tuesday of a 24-year-old mother who was pushing her stroller across Bayshore Boulevard when she was fatally struck by a car racing another car, according to Tampa police. Cameron Herrin was driving the Mustang that fatally struck the mother and seriously injured her 21-month-old daughter. Barrineau was driving the other car and Tristan Herrin was riding with his brother, police said. [JAMES BORCHUCK | Times / Tampa Police Department]
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From left, Ashley and Aleesha Mance were 6 years old when Jessy Joe Roten fired into their father's St. Petersburg home in April 1999, killing Ashley and wounding Aleesha. [Courtesy of Yahaira Valentine]
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