Two drivers suffered severe life-threatening injuries after a two-vehicle, head-on collision on Northwest 21st Avenue, police reported.

A 41-year-old man driving a Honda Accord is in critical condition due to internal injuries, according to a police report. He was transported to a nearby hospital after being stabilized by the paramedics.

The 44-year-old female driver of the other vehicle was also transported to the hospital with severe injuries. Police said she is presently unresponsive.

According to the report, the accident occurred near Clearwater Farm Apartments. This is along Northwest 21st Avenue. Fortunately, both drivers were reportedly wearing a seat belt when the incident occurred.

The accident remains under investigation by the Fort Lauderdale Police Department.

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