Law enforcement officials are investigating a crash that left a 42-year-old pedestrian critically injured in Fort Myers.

According to the authorities, the accident happened on Veronica South Shoemaker Boulevard near Suntrust Drive at Fort Myers Estates. Reports says the victim was from Ormond Beach. Eyewitnesses reported that he was walking southbound on Veronica South Shoemaker Boulevard when he was struck by a SUV. A witness said “The impact of the crash was minimize because the SUV was moving at a low rate of speed.”

EMS said the pedestrian was found lying by the driveway with severe injuries. He was immediately transported to the nearest hospital.

Both identities remain unknown until authorities issue a final statement. No further information has been released to the public at the time of this report.

The accident is still under investigation. The cause of the accident have not yet been concretely determined.

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