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Woman dies after being struck twice on Busch Boulevard

TAMPA — A woman trying to walk across E Busch Boulevard was killed Wednesday evening after being struck by two cars, police said.

Police identified her as Kine C. Stegavik, 36, who had no permanent address.

The fatality happened about 6 p.m. near Busch Boulevard and Renfrew Place. Police said Stegavik was trying to cross Busch when she was struck by a Nissan Altima. A second car, a Ford Focus, tried to avoid the crash but struck her also, police said.

She died on the scene.

Woman dies after being struck twice on Busch Boulevard 12/05/12 [Last modified: Wednesday, December 5, 2012 11:33pm]
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