Racing Blamed in Deadly Bayshore Crash

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Racing on the highway is a crime in Florida because, as law enforcement knows, it can lead to tragic outcomes.

Police allegations are that street racing led to the death of a pedestrian pushing a baby stroller and serious injuries of the child in that stroller.The result is tragic for all involved.

Police say street racing led to the death of a mom pushing her young daughter in a stroller across Bayshore Blvd. Now, three people are under arrest.

It happened just before noon Wednesday, at the spot where W. Knights Avenue meets Bayshore.

Tampa police have arrested 18-year-old Cameron Coyle Herrin and 20-year-old Tristan Christopher Herrin, who are said to live at the same address in South Tampa, and 17-year-old John Alexander Barrineau, who lives on W. Knights Avenue, blocks from the crash.

One day after fatal accident, Tampa moves to lower speed limit on Bayshore Blvd

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City of Tampa workers will begin replacing speed limit signs on Bayshore Boulevard with 35 mph signs on Friday.

It comes after a woman pushing her 21-month-old daughterin a stroller was struck and killed Wednesday by a car that police say was racing another along the road. [Times files]

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Fox 13 News

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