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Car Crash Victim On Stretcher

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Car Crash Victim On Stretcher

The Scene Of A Car Crash On US Highway 19 In Palm Harbor, Florida. An Injured Man On A Stretcher Is Being Wheeled To An Ambulance By EMT's and Paramedics.

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Us Highway 19 & Alderman Road, Palm Harbor, Florida, Usa

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