Walnut Hill man killed
By By Adrienne McKenzie
Florida Highway Patrol is still unsure about the details of the car accident that caused the death of Anthony John Kruszewski of Walnut Hill, Fla., early Tuesday morning.
Kruszewski was driving a 1996 Toyota Camry, with Donald Thomas Llewellyn as a passenger, in Pensacola, Fla. He was involved in a minor car crash with Crystal G. Alderman at the intersection of 68th Avenue and Chelsea Street. Alderman was driving a 1995 Buick LaSabre.
The details of the car crash between Alderman and Kruszewski are still unknown, however it is known that Alderman fled the scene of the accident, and began traveling westbound on Jackson Street. Kruszewski then left the scene of the crash and began chasing Alderman down Jackson Street.
While chasing Alderman, Kruszewski failed to stop of the intersection of State Road 727 and Jackson Street. He entered a small wooded area and his Camry overturned onto the roof. The car finally came to a rest facing east.
Alderman also failed to stop at the intersection of State Road 727 and Jackson Street and she entered the small wooded area. Her LaSabre struck a large tree and rotated counterclockwise.
Because of severe injuries, Kruszewski was taken to Baptist Hospital in Pensacola, Fla. He was pronounced deceased at 4 a.m. at the hospital.
The injuries Alderman and Llewellyn sustained were minor.
The Florida Highway Patrol requests that anyone with information pertaining to the original car crash, or to the whereabouts of Kruszewski, Llewellyn and Alderman prior to the accident, to please contact Cpl. Matt Freeman at 484-5000, ext. 360.