News: Driver speeds, hits car, leading to crash with St. Pete home


ST. PETERSBURG, FL – Residents told Pinellas County deputies a driver was speeding, which led them to crash into a parked car and the vehicle that was hit to crash into a home Tuesday. 

ABC Action News said this collision, reported before 6:30 a.m., occurred on 85th Avenue North in Barcley Estates. The neighbors, identified as  Domenic and Riley Capobianco, told deputies that the motorist of the burgundy Nissan struck a dip in the road, went airborne briefly, and then hit a parked gray Hyundai (located in front of the Capobianco residence) belonging to a woman named Emilee Traina. 

The gray Hyundai, which was unoccupied, had then struck the bedroom of a home. The home sustained a significant gaping hole. The homeowner, identified as Imad Hadabah, and those living with him were unharmed. 

Traina and the Capobiancoswere also unscathed. 

The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office has begun an investigation and did not reveal any citations or pending charges. 

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