North Naples, FL (July 2, 2019) - A driver and a passenger were hospitalized with injuries after a rollover crash on US-41 in North Naples. The crash happened on Monday, July 1st, in the center lane of the highway.
According to reports, 81-year-old William George Brady was driving southbound when he lost control of his vehicle. The car skidded into the left-hand lanes of the roadway and entered the median before striking a tree. After impact, the car rolled over. Collier County EMS arrived on the scene shortly after the collision. Brady was taken to North Collier Hospital for minor injuries. His passenger, 85-year-old Ellen M. Ryan, was taken to Lee Memorial Hospital via helicopter, where she is listed in critical condition.
The crash caused US-41 to remain closed for several hours while police investigated. No further information has been released at this time.
Dangerous and deadly crashes take place in Florida every day. A reportable crash will occur about every 92 seconds.f Rollover collisions have the potential to be some of the most severe and deadly types of crashes that we encounter. A rollover collision may cause occupants of a vehicle to be ejected during the crash, leading to potentially catastrophic outcomes.
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