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Man identified in Tarpon Springs ATV crash

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The Tarpon Springs Police Department reported that the male operator of the ATV accident in Tarpon Springs has been identified as 19-year-old, Ian Carlos Ondina-Gonzalez, of 1016 Lake Avoca Dr. 

At approximately 8:31 p.m. Saturday, Police said Ondina-Gonzalez crashed his all-terrain vehicle on Lake Avoca Drive near the intersection of South Pointe Alexis Drive.  Police said they found Ondina-Gonzalez lying on the ground next to his ATV with life threatening injuries. 

An investigation revealed that Ondina-Gonzalez was traveling from his home on Lake Avoca drive to the clubhouse area of the Pointe Alexis subdivision.  Police say Ondina-Gonzalez had difficulty with a turn and left the roadway and struck a tree.  Police say the Ondina-Gonzalez was not wearing a helmet at the time of the crash.  Ondina-Gonzalez was taken to Bayfront Medical Center via Bayflight where he remains in critical condition.

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