Fort Myers Police said four people are in critical condition following a car accident on Summerlin Road.
Police said two victims were thrown from a car and are in critical condition. The four occupants of the two cars involved have been transported to a nearby hospital. EMS reported that they all remain in critical condition.
According to the report, the accident occurred at the corner of Summerlin Road in Fort Myers. The crash involved two cars, despite earlier reports that it was a single-car crash. A 2012 Hyundai Accent was reportedly involved in the accident along with one other unidentified car.
Reports say that the cars were traveling on Summerlin Road. The male driver of the Hyundai sped up in order to get around the second car. The Hyundai hit the left curb and slammed on the car brakes. The Hyundai was then struck by the second car, causing it to overturn, as reported.
The cause of the crash is being investigated. No charge has been filed at the time of this report.
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