Venice, FL (July 4, 2019) - A crash on I-75 in Venice left three people with injuries on Wednesday, July 3rd. The crash occurred on I-75 near Laurel Road just after 12:00 p.m.
According to Captain Conner Caldwell with the Florida Highway Patrol, a white Mustang was involved in the crash. A total of three occupants were in the Mustang when the crash took place. Two passengers suffered injuries in the collision and were taken to a local hospital by ambulance. The driver of the Mustang was airlifted to the hospital. All three victims sustained non-life-threatening injuries, though the total extent of the injuries remains unclear. Police have not said whether any other vehicles were involved.
There is no further information available at this time.
A reportable accident happens about every 92 seconds in Florida. We hope that all involved in this crash have a speedy recovery from their injuries.
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