News: Woman, 87, dies nearly 2 weeks after St. Pete wreck 


ST. PETERSBURG, FL – An 87-year-old woman died from her injuries on Tuesday, April 16th,  nearly two weeks after she was struck by a white Toyota Camry.

Fox 13 News said this crash happened before 10 a.m. on Thursday, April 4th, when the woman, later identified as Ann Lee Nell Baker, driving a bronze Ford Escape, was pursuing a left turn at the 24th Avenue North and Dr. MLK Jr. Street intersection and came into contact with a white Toyota Camry, resulting in the collision. 

While it is unclear if the other driver was injured, police did confirm they stayed at the scene and will not be facing charges or citations for their involvement in this crash. 

First responders rushed Baker to Orlando Health Bayfront Hospital, where she was in serious condition before passing away. 

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