An investigation into a fiery accident on state road 31 in Fort Myers is being investigated by the officials. Two persons were taken to the hospital having sustained critical injuries.
According to officials, a Kia Optima driven by a woman was hit by the driver of another car. The woman sustained head injuries due to the impact of the collision. Her passenger also sustained critical injuries.
Both women were taken to the hospital as trauma alert patients due to their injuries. The driver of the other vehicle sustained only minor injuries.
It is unclear what might have led to the fiery accident on state road 31. A thorough investigation is still in progress by the police.
Traffic was heavy for some hours but all lanes are now opened and normal activities have resumed.
Glen Levine, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash: “If you or a family member has been involved in an auto accident you need to act quickly. It is best if you can get the names and phone numbers of any witnesses along with a vehicle description. Contact the police immediately and file a police report. Take photos of the crash scene and the damage to your vehicle or property. Contact any businesses or homes in the area that may have video surveillance of what occurred and the vehicle that fled. All of this will assist the police in locating the hit and run driver. Finally you should contact a car accident attorney to help guide you through this difficult process.”
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