Naples, FL (July 7, 2019) - A crash in Naples left one person dead and another person with serious injuries on Saturday, July 6th. The crash happened in the westbound lanes of Golden Gate Boulevard.
Florida Highway Patrol reports that 18-year-old Colby Singletary was driving a white Kia SUV in the 3300 block of the aforementioned roadway. Singletary's car left the roadway for an unknown reason and entered the median, where it collided with a tree. Singletary died as a result of the collision. His passenger, who has not been identified, was taken to a local hospital with serious injuries. There is no further word on the passenger's condition. The westbound lanes of the roadway were closed while officers conducted their investigation into the accident.
There are no further details available.
Our thoughts go out to the family of Colby Singletary and the passenger who suffered serious injuries in this Naples car accident. This year alone, about 250,000 injury accidents will be reported in Florida. This equates to a crash approximately every 92 seconds. A car accident is a life-changing event for many people, leading to serious and debilitating injuries, costly medical treatment, and the inability to work or perform daily activities.
If you have been injured in a crash that was not your fault, it is important to speak with a Florida car accident attorney regarding your rights. The team at Rubenstein Law is standing by to help. We offer free consultations to all potential clients. Please call us at any time, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at 1-800 FL-Legal.
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