Police say a lady in Pinellas County caused a deadly accident Saturday morning while she was running from two past accidents.
Pinellas Park Police say Katlynn Smith, 28, of Seminole, ran a red light at 66th Street and 70th Avenue after 10 a.m. Police say she collided with the driver’s side entryway of a Lexus driven by Kanh Nguyen, 53.
Police say Nguyen kicked the bucket from the wounds and Smith endured genuine wounds.
As indicated by police, before the lethal accident Smith was at first engaged with an accident close to Starkey Road and Bryan Dairy Road. She ran from the area of that crash ceaselessly and the other driver included followed her, police say.
Smith kept driving carelessly on Bryan Dairy Road and hit another vehicle halted at a red light at Belcher Road, as indicated by police. She at that point ran the red light and proceeded through the crossing point.
A couple of moments later, while police were scanning for Smith over the initial two accidents, they state she collided with Nguyen.
Smith is in care while recouping at a nearby emergency clinic. She deals with indictments for vehicular murder and attempt at manslaughter with property harm.
Nobody associated with the initial two accidents continued any wounds.