Four Injured in Vehicle Wreck in Cape Coral, Florida
CAPE CORAL, FL. – According to an online news story posted at fox4now.com, four people were injured in a vehicle wreck in Cape Coral, Florida. Two of the injured people reportedly sustained serious injuries, and all of the people involved in the accident were teenagers, according to the report.*
The collision occurred in the afternoon on April 25 on Hancock Bridge Parkway in Cape Coral. The Cape Coral Police Department and Fox 4 report that a car and an SUV were traveling westbound on Hancock Bridge Parkway. The car was in the right lane, and the SUV was in the left lane.
For reasons not yet known, the car suddenly moved left and crashed into the SUV. The car then traveled into the median of the roadway and hit two trees. The SUV followed the same path, pushing the car up against the trees, while the SUV became wedged under the car. Authorities do not yet know what set the events in motion.
Fox 4 reports that the driver of the car, identified as an 18-year-old female, and a passenger in the car, identified as a 19-year-old male, were seriously injured in the accident. The passenger was reportedly ejected during the collision. Fox 4 describes the driver’s injuries as life-threatening.
Fox 4 also reports that the driver of the SUV, a 19-year-old female, and a passenger in the SUV, a 17-year-old female, were also injured. Their injuries were described as non-life threatening. All four of the people involved in the accident were transported to Lee Memorial Hospital.
The Cape Coral Police Department is still investigating the crash.
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