Hillsborough High student hit by two cars while crossing road
TAMPA - A 16-year-old Hillsborough High School student was seriously injured this morning when she was hit by two vehicles while crossing Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard at Central Avenue, police said. Andra Glover, a junior who was on her way to school, was taken to St. Joseph's Hospital, where she was in stable but serious condition, police said. The girl was crossing King Boulevard from the south about 7 a.m. and was hit by a westbound Kia, driven by Tiffany Werlinger, 30, of Seffner, police said. As Andra was lying in the road, a Chevrolet Tahoe, driven by Ulysses Williams, 62, ran over her arm, police said.Both drivers had a green light and didn't see the girl in the crosswalk, police said. The windshield on the Kia was smashed. At this point in the investigation it appeared the drivers were not at fault, police said.
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