Ocala, FL (January 27, 2019) - The Florida Highway Patrol is investigating after two golf carts collided on Saturday, January 26th at Lake Sumter Landing.
Crews arrived on scene around 7:00 pm at Stillwater Trail and Canal Street. When officials arrived, they found one man on the ground bleeding from his head. The injured victim was taken to Ocala Regional Medical Center. There is no update on his condition at this time.
Police are still looking into how the crash occurred and the other driver was not identified. There is no word on whether speed or impairment played a role in the crash. No further details were available.
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