Fort Myers, FL (July 14, 2019) – A fatal crash involving a pickup truck and a motorcycle took place in Fort Myers on Saturday, July 13th. The crash happened in the southbound lanes of US-41.
The Florida Highway Patrol was on the scene to investigate the collision. There is no word on how the crash took place. However, a mangled motorcycle was seen lying in the roadway next to the front passenger door of a pickup truck. Both the motorcyclist and a passenger in the truck died in the crash. Their identities have not been released at this time.
The crash caused the southbound lanes to be partially blocked as troopers worked at the scene. An investigation is ongoing.
Our condolences go out to all affected by this serious crash in Fort Myers.
An accident occurs in our state every 92 seconds. While not all traffic crashes involve serious injury or death, many of them do. It is impossible for a family to be prepared for the sudden loss of their loved one in a serious car accident. The days and weeks following a fatal crash are some of the most difficult for anyone to experience.
If you find yourself going through this tragic situation, our skilled and compassionate Florida personal injury attorneys are here to help you. At Rubenstein Law, we treat each case as if it were our own and we will be there for you in the most trying times.
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