Two Lanes Of Interstate 75 Near Palm Beach Boulevard Closed Due To Crash In Fort Myers

According to the report of the crash, an accident that occurred near Palm Beach Boulevard has caused several injuries and closure of the highway.

Report says traffic backed up for miles on Interstate 75 after a two-car crash with unknown injuries. This reportedly closed two of the northbound lanes near the Palm Beach Boulevard exit.

Lee County Sheriff’s Department, the Fort Myers Fire Department and Florida Highway Patrol were at the scene of the accident. It was reported that a red pickup was flipped onto its side after an accident with a white sedan.

No further information about the condition of the victims and the primary cause of the unfortunate incidence.

Report says crews from Alligator Towing worked to move the wreckage off the road as traffic crept by.

It was reported that traffic was backed up almost to the Martin Luther King Boulevard exit.

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