Update: Associated Press
July 1, 2014
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) -- The man authorities say was responsible for Tampa Bay area hit-and-run crash that killed three women has turned himself in.
Authorities say 27-year-old Marquice Lamonz Anderson surrendered Monday morning after being identified as the driver Friday evening. He faces multiple charges, including vehicular homicide.
St. Petersburg police say Anderson was driving a rented Chrysler 200 the wrong way down a street early Thursday morning when he crashed into a Saturn with three female occupants.
Officials say two of the women -- 23-year-old Briana Lequinda Campbell and 21-year-old Jamesia Chera Santoria Lang -- died at the scene. The Saturn's driver, 25-year-old Grace Lashawn Collier, was taken to Tampa General Hospital, where she died Friday.
Authorities say Anderson's girlfriend reported the Chrysler stolen after the crash at Anderson's request. She faces an accessory charge.
June 26, 2014
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) -- Authorities say two women are dead and a third is critically injured following a Tampa Bay area hit-and-run crash.
St. Petersburg police say a Chrysler 200 was driving the wrong way down a street Thursday morning when it crashed into a Saturn with three female occupants.
Officials say two of the women -- 23-year-old Briana Lequinda Campbell and 21-year-old Jamesia Chera Santoria Lang -- remained in the burning car and were pronounced dead at the scene
The woman believed to be the Saturn's driver, 25-year-old Grace Lashawn Collier, was found lying about 15 feet in front of the car. She was taken to a nearby hospital in critical condition.
Authorities are still looking for the Chrysler and any other occupants.
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