Fort Myers police reported that six people sustained injuries in an accident involving two vehicles northbound on 6 Mile Cypress Parkway.
It was reported that three women and four men were involved in the accident. The Police Department spokesman said the accident happened between a Honda and a Lincoln. The crash occurred on 6 Mile Cypress Parkway in Fort Myers.
EMS arrived at the site of the crash to attend to the victims a few minutes after the accident happened. One of the men was reported to have a fractured hip. Others also suffered severe injuries to the head, neck and back.
The driver of the Lincoln was reported to be in critical condition when the crew arrived. According to the EMS crew, three of the injuries were reported to be life-threatening.
The names of the victims have been with held while the authorities confirm their identity. They have all been transported to a local hospital.
No further details have been released to the press as at time of reporting this story.
The accident is under investigation.
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