One man was injured in a two-vehicle crash on Aldridge Avenue in Fort Myers after he was hit head-on by another driver.

Report says the 23-year-old was injured when a vehicle traveling southbound crossed the median and struck his vehicle head-on at Aldridge Avenue, according to the Police.

The collision caused him to crash into the driveway of a home and his vehicle to go up in flames. Firefighters arrived to the scene and were successful in putting out the fire before further damage was done.

Paramedics transported the man to a nearby hospital where reports say his condition has stabilized. The driver of the other vehicle was not hurt in the crash. He remained at the scene and was being questioned by the officials.

The crash is under investigation and more details would be released.

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Marc Anidjar, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash:  “This was a serious accident that left two people with serious injuries.  Head-on accidents are one of the most dangerous kinds of accidents. This type of accident usually happens because of driver error, meaning they are 100% preventable. Sadly, the innocent victims of these crashes are rendered powerless: often, there’s nothing you can do when an oncoming vehicle is bearing down on you, except brace for impact.  We hope that all involved have a speedy recovery.”

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