Naples, FL - One Dead, Eight Hurt in Golf Cart Crash on Collier Blvd.
Naples, FL (April 12, 2023) - Authorities in Naples were called to the scene of a fatal accident involving a golf cart on Saturday, April 8th. The collision took place just after 10:00 p.m. on Collier Boulevard near the Jolley Bridge.
The Florida Highway Patrol reports that a car and a golf cart collided, resulting in the golf cart overturning. The golf cart was then hit by a second vehicle. A passenger on the golf cart was killed in the crash, while seven other people suffered injuries. There is no word on the conditions of the victims. No one involved has been identified. The FHP shut down the road while they conducted an investigation and cleared the scene.
There is no further information available.
Car accidents in Florida claim the lives of about eight people each day. While most crashes involve cars, some accidents involve non-traditional vehicles, including mopeds, bicycles, dirt bikes, and golf carts. These crashes frequently involve smaller vehicles and, as a result, tend to lead to more serious outcomes for victims. Police will continue to investigate this crash in order to determine the cause.
We would like to offer our condolences to those affected by this golf cart crash in Naples.
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