Fort Myers, FL (September 4, 2019) - Police were on the scene of a two-car crash in Fort Myers on Wednesday, September 4th. The crash happened in the northbound lanes of I-75 near the exit for Palm Beach Boulevard.
The Lee County Sheriff's Department, along with the Fort Myers Fire Department responded to the crash scene. According to reports, a red pickup and a white sedan were involved in the crash. The pickup was rolled over onto its side when police arrived. Injuries were reported in the crash but the severity of the injuries is not known at this time. Police have not said what caused the crash to occur and there is no word on whether any charges are expected. The accident caused traffic delays in the area.
No further details have been released.
Traffic accidents are commonly reported in Florida. In fact, a crash takes place nearly every 90 seconds. Anyone in a vehicle is at risk of being involved in a crash. Although no one ever expects to be hurt at the hands of another motorist, negligent drivers wreak havoc on our roadways all the time. Distraction, impairment, speeding, and reckless driving are all frequent causes of car accidents in our state.
At Rubenstein Law, we understand how serious many car accidents can be. We know that you are struggling in the aftermath of the collision and that you need help during this time. Your focus should be on your recovery while a skilled and experienced Florida car accident lawyer handles the legal details. At Rubenstein Law, our team stands ready to help you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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