News: Male driver, 27, loses life in Seminole crash with fence, pond 


SEMINOLE, FL – A 27-year-old man driving a 2016 Mazda sedan lost his life after he crashed into a fence and then stopped near a retention pond along Walsingham Park Sunday. 

This collision happened after 4 p.m. at the 102nd Avenue and Botanica Drive junction, according to Fox 13 News

The driver and sole occupant — 27-year-old Taylor Titus — was rushed to an area hospital where he died. 

It is not immediately clear what led the motorist — 27-year-old Taylor Titus — to drift from westbound 102 Avenue and into the eastbound lanes. The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office started an investigation and is investigating these details along with additional information regarding this crash. They have not provided other information at this time. 

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