Suspected DUI Crash Kills Two in Seminole

Seminole, Fla. (970 WFLA) - A drunk driving crash killed two people, collected four vehicles and left the man deputies blame for causing it facing criminal charges, the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office said.

James Harrison Wolf, 60, ran a red light westbound on Park Blvd. at 104th Lane just before 7 p.m. Saturday and his Chevrolet SUV rear-ended a car stopped at the light, deputies said. The impact sent the car into eastbound lanes where it struck an oncoming van.

The two people in the car, Edward Delzer, 59, and Harvey Delzer, 86, both died at the scene. Wolf's SUV also went into the eastbound lanes, where it struck another SUV. No one in the van or the SUV suffered injuries. Wolf had non-life threatening injuries, according to a news release from PCSO.

Investigators say speed and alcohol were factors in the crash, and criminal charges are pending against Wolf, according to the release. Deputies closed Park Blvd. for several hours as they investigated.

James Harrison Wolf - Photo from Pinellas County Jail

Photo of James Harrison Wolf from a previous arrest courtesy of the Pinellas County Jail.

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