Naples, FL (November 27, 2020) - A 84-year-old woman suffered serious injuries in a Thanksgiving Day crash in Naples. The crash took place Thursday evening on Logan Boulevard near Immokalee Road.
The Florida Highway Patrol responded to the accident scene. According to troopers, the woman was traveling southbound when she collided head-on with an SUV that was traveling northbound on Logan. The woman suffered serious injuries and was transported to a hospital. A 32-year-old woman from Fort Myers suffered minor injuries. No one else was hurt in the crash, including four children in the SUV.
The cause of the crash remains under investigation at this time. There is no additional information available.
Car accidents in Florida happen about once every 92 seconds. A Florida car accident can result in serious injuries that can have a major negative impact on your life. These crashes affect both victims as well as family members who must care for their loved ones following a crash. Many crashes are avoidable and are caused by the actions of negligent drivers on our roadways, leaving innocent victims in a difficult position with a long road to recovery.
We would like to offer our thoughts and best wishes to all affected by this car accident in Naples.
Rubenstein Law is dedicated to serving individuals & families injured by the negligence of others. We know first-hand the heartbreak that can be left behind after an accident. In our news blog, we write about cases of personal injury relevant to our line of work, and we report on news of judgments and appellate cases that affect the rights of personal injury claimants. We feel a responsibility to raise awareness of the injury and tragic loss of life occurring across our state every day.
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