Accident Leaves Three Adults And a Teenager Injured In Fort Myers

An accident has led to three adults and a teenager injured in a ghastly crash at Michael G. Rippe Parkway and US 41 in Fort Myers.

The accident involved a sedan and a Cadillac with multiple injuries. In a report by the authorities,  the Cadillac rammed into the sedan from behind resulting in the driver of the sedan losing control. Emergency crews were seen at the scene of the crash providing help to the victims and clearing the area.

The passengers of the sedan, which included the teen, sustained minor injuries while the driver was seriously injured. The woman was taken to the hospital for medical treatment.

The driver of the Cadillac also sustained injuries but it is not known whether they were minor or major at the time of this reporting.

Authorities are uncertain if alcohol was a factor that contributed to the crash and no further details were released to the public.

Law enforcement is continuing investigations.

Comments:

Marc Anidjar, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, commented on the crash:  “This was a serious accident that left multiple people injured. We advise drivers to always drive with caution and to use seat belt at all times. Sadly even minor accidents can cause severe injuries and we urge the public to seek professional medical help as soon as possible. Many times when accidents like these happen people do not know who to turn to for help. It is best to consult with an experienced car accident attorney.”

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