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GPD investigation continues into cause of 5 car pileup on 34th Street

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The Gainesville Police Department is continuing its investigation into a multiple vehicle accident on Sunday that injured two persons, one critically at the intersection of Northwest 34th Street and SW 2nd Avenue.  Five Gainesville Fire Rescue engines resp0nded to the crash.  GPD says the pileup was triggered when 20 year old Riley Sullivan ran a red light at a high rate of speed.  GPD Spokeswoman Corporal Angelina Valuri describes what happened.

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