Anna Rose Hernandez Killed In Crash A Block From Her Home In Fort Myers

Authorities reported a deadly two car crash involving members of a family returning from a graduation in Fort Myers.

According to the news release by the authorities, they say the family’s Chrysler was westbound on Palm Beach Boulevard just past I-75. They had a green arrow to turn left onto Louis Street. A 2007  Kia, that was driving west on Palm Beach, failed to stop for a red light at Louise Street. The Kia hit the family’s vehicle on the right side.

Anna Rose Hernandez, the woman who died, was a passenger in the 1999 Chrysler being driven by her daughter. Her husband and younger daughter were also in the car. The woman died from the injuries she sustained in the crash. The driver of the Kia and his passenger were not hurt in the crash.

The crash remains under active investigation. No Other details were immediately released.

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