Livingstone Road Crash Scene

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INVESTIGATION: On 10-12-2015 at 2050 hours, I was notified by Sgt. E. Kelley # 3134 , of a traffic crash fatality that occurred on Livingstone Road, approximately 340 feet north of Deer Forest Drive at 2004 hours. I responded to the crash scene and upon arrival at approximately 2148 hours, I was assigned to forensically map the scene. Approaching the scene from the south, one could see a concrete utility pole off the east road edge. On the east side of the utility pole, there was a red Chevrolet Sonic with catastrophic damage to the front of the vehicle, against the pole. The front of the vehicle was against the pole, facing in a westerly direction. The rear of the vehicle was off the ground, resting on a wire fence. South of the pole, there was a tire mark on the curb along the east road edge, indicating where the vehicle left the roadway. The driver of the vehicle was transported from the scene prior to my arrival. I forensically mapped the crash scene using a Sokkia Total…show more content…
The north and southbound lanes of Livingston Avenue, are separated by a yellow striped safety zone which is approximately 4 feet wide, 65 feet north of the crash site and tapers out to approximately 9 feet wide, south of the crash site where it transitions into a left turn lane. Livingston Avenue is a heavily traveled road in unincorporated western Hillsborough County, which functions as a collector roadway and runs predominantly north and south. In the area of the crash, Livingston Avenue runs from Bearss to the south and County Line Road to the north. In the area of the crash it is primarily a residential area. In the area of the crash, the roadway is composed of asphalt and the southbound traffic lane is bordered by a solid white fog line and grass. The northbound traffic lane is bordered by a raised concrete curb. The paved portion of Livingston Avenue between the fog line and curb is approximately 27 feet

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