One Dead In Fatal Accident Along Gateway Boulevard In Fort Myers Report says one female was killed in a major accident that occurred on Gateway Boulevard, Fort Myers shortly after closing hours.

One woman was killed in a major accident that occurred on Gateway Boulevard in Fort Myers, according to the Fort Myers Fire Department.

An eyewitness account stated, that it appeared to be a head-on collision between a Toyota Camry and a Ford Escape driving in opposite direction. Another woman was transported to the hospital after being confined to her vehicle.

The accident was reported to have happened along Gateway Boulevard shortly after Prato Drive, near Hidden Links Drive, according to  Florida Highway Patrol 

Authorities in Fort Myers reported that both lanes of traffic were going to be stopped for an extended period of time for a detailed investigation.

Crews were on still on scene at the time of reporting.


Glen Levine, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash:  “Following a fatal accident, victims and their families may not know where to turn.  We know from experience that accidents like this one will cause life-altering consequences for the families involved.  The pain, regrets and suffering that comes with these incidents can become a major burden on day to day life. In accidents like this all parties and families should contact an experienced car crash attorney as soon as possible to help them through this difficult process.”

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