Woman found in water after Indian Rocks Bridge crash identified

The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office has identified the woman who was found in the water after a vehicle crash Thursday morning on the Indian Rocks Bridge.   Investigators say Robin Smith, 47, of Indian Rocks Beach climbed over the bridge railing and jumped into the water after the crash.   Smith was driving a 1989 Jeep that was heading eastbound over the bridge. At about 4:50 a.m. the Jeep hit a concrete guardrail on the bridge and overturned, coming to rest on the driver’s side at the drawbridge section of the bridge.   An eyewitness told investigators that Smith got out of the wrecked vehicle, walked to the south side of the bridge, climbed over the railing and jumped into the water.…MORE

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We have a HUGE responsibility to protect our children and their futures. Our Gulf of Mexico has nearly been destroyed by the Deep-water Horizon catastrophe and many families here will never recover. Paradise lost, so it goes. I’m doing my best to apolitically educate anyone that cares about the impact on our environment by technology and “for-profit” progress. We forget, too frequently that we SHARE this planet with millions of other life-forms and as the most “powerful” species, we must be more cognizant of our greed versus the well-being of our planet. Thanks again for visiting and please check back often. -Gregg indianrocksbridge@yahoo.com
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One Response to Woman found in water after Indian Rocks Bridge crash identified

  1. sarasinart says:

    Were you there? Not a good day on the bridge for whoever was there.

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