Immokalee, FL (May 5, 2019) - A two-vehicle, head-on crash left three people with serious injuries on Sunday, May 5th. The crash happened near Camp Keais Road.
Deputies with the Collier County Sheriff's Office responded to the scene this afternoon. Three people involved in the wreck were taken to a local hospital as trauma alerts, indicating that the injuries suffered were serious. There is no exact word on the nature of the injuries. Camp Keais Road was closed in both directions near Pope John II Boulevard. Motorists are advised to avoid the area.
There is no further information available at this time.
We hope that those hurt in this crash receive a complete recovery. Car accidents are reported in Florida every 92 seconds. Many accidents, unfortunately, also result in serious and even fatal injuries. Head-on collisions are known to have catastrophic results and are among the most dangerous types of crashes that take place. We will have to await word as to the exact cause of this crash.
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