Report says the northbound lanes of US-41 near Hanson Street in Fort Myers was shut down after a seven-car crash.

It was reported that this accident resulted in severe casualties. According the report, one car overturned on its side. Four people were taken to the nearest hospital for immediate treatment, two of which were reported to have serious injuries.

According to the authorities, the northbound lanes reopened a few hours after the accident occurred. The northbound lanes at Brahman Avenue were closed, Fort Myers officers directed traffic southbound.

Detail about the vehicles involved in the accident and information about the victims of the accident has not been made public to the media.

The cause of the accident has not been made public as law enforcement officials are still investigating the crash.

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