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A Florida woman who killed a 53-year-old man after running a red light and smashing his Lexus in on a Saturday morning, and was in the process of the flight and two earlier in a car accident when she was the cause of the fatal collision, police said.
Katlynn Smith, 28, was driving a Toyota Camry in Pinellas County, and when the initial crash, investigators said. Smith allegedly fled the scene and the other driver to follow her, and eventually call the police.
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But when she tried to move away, Smith hit another car that was stopped at a red light, WTVT reported. Once again, they did not stop at the scene, reportedly driving through a red light in an effort to escape.
Katlynn Smith, 28, was charged with motor vehicle homicide after she would have fled in a two-car accident and killed the driver involved, a third party, according to police.
(Pinellas Park Police Department
However, when Smith drove through a red light, according to the police, she crashed into the side of the Lexus, driven by Kanh and Nguyen, to put him to death, and maintained serious injury to himself. The two men involved in the earlier crash were not injured.
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Smith was charged with vehicle homicide and hit-and-run with respect to the property, on-line records from the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office indicate.