Fort Myers, FL (June 7, 2019) - A crash left at least one person hurt on Wednesday, June 5th. The accident took place at the intersection of Edison Avenue and Jackson Street.
At least two cars were involved in the accident, one of which appeared to be a white convertible with front end damage. A second vehicle was seen with heavy damage, coming to rest against a tree off the shoulder of the roadway. There is no word on how the collision took place. Several ambulances and rescue workers were on-scene with police to assist with the crash investigation and treatment of injured victims. No information was released on the extent of the injuries or the names of those involved.
Officers closed the intersection while the crash investigation was ongoing but it later reopened to traffic. There is no further information available at this time.
Reportable car accidents occur every 92 seconds in Florida. A crash can occur at any time, leaving you feeling helpless and in an uncertain position when it comes to your future. Following a crash, you may struggle with physical pain as you move forward along your path to recovery. Traffic accidents can bring a host of problems, many of which can take months or years to resolve. We hope that anyone hurt in this accident is able to completely heal from their injuries.
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