US-41 Two-Vehicle Accident; Two Injured

Two people were reportedly injured in a two-vehicle accident that took place on US-41 after a vehicle failed at trying to pass another car on the highway.

Report says the accident happened on the US-41 where two vehicles, a Toyota Highlander and a Toyota Corolla, collided as they were traveling southbound on the highway.

Police said the 32-year-old female driver of a Toyota Highlander was attempting to overtake the slower moving Toyota car when the driver lost control, crossed the center curb and hit the car. The car was struck from behind causing injuries to some of the passengers inside. Police did not give an official statement saying who was at fault in the accident and they are currently investigating the incident to find out what was the actual cause of the crash.

It was reported that there were two passengers in the Toyota Corolla who suffered minor injuries and were treated by paramedics at the scene. No information about the occupants of the SUV was given at the time the authorities reported the incident.

Authorities said the accident is under investigation and officials are yet to say if charges will be filed against the SUV driver.

Comment from Anidjar and Levine:

Glen Levine, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash. “This accident on US-41 in North Naples area resulted to two people being injured. At this time, the authorities are still investigating the accident to determine the actual cause as it is currently unclear. Meanwhile, our law firm is always determined on uncovering causes of accidents and what role another driver played in them. In accidents like this, our we would conduct a thorough investigation, speaking with witnesses and consulting with experts. We will work hard to make sure that the innocent party receives the compensation they deserve.”

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