Fort Myers Driver Slams Into FHP Patrol Car %%excerpt%% Fort Myers

A 23-year-old Fort Myers man crashed into a Florida Highway Patrol SUV that was stopped at a red light, according to FHP.

Troopers said the Fort Myers man was driving a sedan around 3 p.m. when he tried to make a right turn at the intersection of US 41 and Palm Pointe.

The driver, reportedly, took the turn too fast and slammed into the left front of a marked FHP SUV with a K9 on board before crashing into a concrete barrier.

FHP said the 44-year-old trooper driving the SUV was taken to a local hospital with minor injuries. The FHP K9 was not injured, troopers said.

The 23-year-old was also uninjured in the crash, according to the crash report.

Comment from Anidjar and Levine:

Glen Levine, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash. “One trooper was taken to the hospital with minor injuries after this unfortunate accident which happened at US 41 and Palm Pointe. Our condolence goes to the families of the injured trooper. Injuries and deaths sustained in a motorcycle or vehicle accident can affect the lives of all parties involved and their families who feel the effects even when they are not directly involved. The pain and suffering that comes with these incidents can become a major burden on day-to-day life.

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