Pedestrian Trapped, as Florida man intentionally crashed car into convenience store at a high speed

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On Tuesday morning, a Florida man allegedly forced his way into the front doors of a convenience store in Seffner using his car at a very high rate of speed, A video shows the crashing car injuring a pedestrian.


In an article found on Fox News, a Florida man’s real identity is a 37-year-old named Anthony Katosh. Katosh was seen driving a Kia Forte just before 12:30 a.m. on June 20 into the TravelCenters of America on Gateway Boulevard. 


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A man heading into the store was seen walking just as Katosh’s car slammed into the building. Pinning the individual between the driver’s side door of the said vehicle and a metal structure according to the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office.


Luckily, both the victim and Katosh had non-life threatening injuries as responding emergency personnel and deputies were able to administer first aid. Transporting them to Tampa General Hospital.


The preliminary investigation determined that the crash incident was not accidental and rather a planned motive. This may change as the investigation is still ongoing. However, Katosh has been charged with criminal mischief resulting in more than $1,000 worth of damages.


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