A boy was critically injured when he was involved in a crash on Haviland Avenue in Fort Myers. Troopers are investigating the crash.

According to the report by officials, the crash happened when a car traveling eastbound on Leonard Boulevard hit a boy who was crossing the street. The driver did not see the boy in the crosswalk.

The boy was critically injured as a result of the crash and was taken to a nearby hospital . The driver of the vehicle remained at the scene of the crash and cooperated with the officials. He was not hurt in the crash.

The crash backed up  traffic for several hours as officials conducted an investigation. No other details were released by the officials.

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Marc Anidjar, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash:  “It is very sad to see this accident happen to a young boy.  Pedestrian accident tend to lead to more significant injuries and fatalities.  Unlike a car accident that  has safety systems like airbags and seatbelts that can make the difference in surviving a car accident.  It is important to always use crosswalks where available especially on high traffic non-residential roads. After an accident, families often have many questions about what next step to undertake. Although nothing can undo a tragic accident, an experienced attorney will help you fight for justice that your family deserves.”

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