Troopers are investigating a crash involving a newlywed couple after their vehicle was crashed into by another driver on 1300 block of Joel Boulevard in Fort Myers.

According to police, the crash happened on the 1300 block of Joel Boulevard. The driver of a Toyota Tacoma was riding home from a neighbor’s house when lost control of his vehicle and  overturned and colliding with a couple coming around the bend. The newlyweds sustained critical injuries when their vehicle was hit by the car.

Paramedics transported both husband and wife to the hospital in critical condition. They are expected to be okay. The driver of the Toyota Tacoma also received life-threatening injuries and was taken to another hospital.

Police say the crash remains an active investigation. Details of the parties involved in the accident have not been released by the Officials.

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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 multiple people injured. We advise drivers to always drive with caution and to use seat belt at all times. Sadly many accidents cause severe injuries and we urge the public to seek professional medical help as soon as possible. Often when accidents like these happen people do not know who to turn to for help. It is best to consult with an experienced car accident attorney.”

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