Two People Sustained Life Threatening Injuries After Being Struck By A Truck In Cape Coral Two persons suffered life-threatening injuries after being struck by a pickup truck on Del Prado Boulevard South in Cape Coral.

Two people suffered life threatening injuries after being struck by a pickup truck on Del Prado Boulevard South in Cape Coral.

According to the Police Department, a blue Toyota Corolla was traveling northbound in the inside lane of Del Prado Boulevard South.  He was approaching the intersection at Hancock Bridge Parkway East when the driver of 2005 Ford F-250 Pickup, traveling eastbound, entered directly into the path of the Corolla. The resulting collision led to two people and two passengers of the Corolla having life threatening injuries. They were transported to an area hospital.

The driver of the truck was not hurt in the accident. He remained at the scene of the crash and was questioned by the officials.

An investigation is ongoing to determine the cause of the crash. No further details were released.


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