Lehigh Acres, FL (March 10, 2019) - Three cars were involved in a crash that sent two people to the hospital on Saturday, March 9th. The Florida Highway Patrol was called to the scene on Lee Boulevard, near Curtis Avenue, around 6:30 a.m.
According to reports, two people were hurt in the crash and were being treated at area hospitals. There was no immediate word on their conditions or the nature of their injuries. A silver Nissan SUV at the crash scene appeared to have suffered heavy damage to its passenger-side door. There is no information on how the accident took place or identity of the drivers that were involved. The crash caused all three eastbound and westbound lanes of Lee Boulevard to be closed for a period of time while police investigated.
The Florida Highway Patrol continues to investigate the crash.
A reportable accident occurs in our state about every 92 seconds. Car accidents happen very suddenly and unexpectedly. Your life can be shattered in a moment when you have been hurt due to the negligence of another driver. You may be looking at high medical costs and the inability to physically carry out daily tasks that you could perform prior to your crash. The road to recovery may seem long and uncertain.
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