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Suspected drunk driver kills 2 people in 4-car Seminole crash, deputies say

Speed and alcohol were factors in the crash, according to the Pinellas sheriff's office.

SEMINOLE, Fla. -- Deputies accuse a drunken man of running a red light at a Seminole intersection and crashing into the back of a Lexus, killing its driver and passenger.

The crash happened just before 7 p.m. Saturday at Park Boulevard and 104th Lane, according to the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office.

James Wolf, 60, was driving west on Park in his SUV when he blew through the red light and hit the back of the Lexus. Witnesses told deputies the crash caused the Lexus to be pushed into the eastbound lanes, hitting a van.

Wolf's SUV kept going and crashed into another SUV traveling east.

Edward Delzer, 49, the driver of the Lexus, and his passenger, 86-year-old Harvey Delzer -- a son and his father -- were pronounced dead.

Wolf was taken to an area hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Five people in the two other cars were not hurt.

Charges are pending for Wolf, who was suspected to be speeding and under the influence of alcohol.

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