Collier County, FL (June 11, 2019) - A dump truck and a car were involved in a rear-end collision on Tuesday, June 11th. The accident took place on Immokalee Road at the intersection with Wild Turkey Drive.
The North Collier Fire Rescue along with Collier County EMS responded to the scene of the crash. One person was taken to a local hospital for treatment but their condition and the nature of their injuries have not been revealed at this time. The car sustained heavy rear-end damage in the accident. Neither the driver of the car nor the dump truck driver has been identified.
No further information is available.
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