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One more pedestrian death on Hillsborough Ave

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HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FL (WFLA) - A man died trying to cross Hillsborough Avenue near Race Track Road in Hillsborough County late Monday morning, Florida Highway Patrol officials said.

According to the FHP report, the man stepped in front of a 2000 Jeep as the SUV was entering the intersection at the green light.

The pedestrian died at the crash scene. The Jeep driver Cresent Jay Nichols, 54, of Tampa, was not injured.

Officials haven't released the pedestrian's name; they are working to notify his family first.

Stay with WFLA.com for more on this developing story.
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