Four People are Hospitalized After Two SUVs Collide in Apalachicola Accident
APALACHICOLA, FLORIDA – According to an online news article published by www.apalachtimes.com, four people were hospitalized for treatment of injuries following a collision involving two SUVs.*
The Florida Highway Patrol reports that a recent accident involving two SUVs sent four individuals to Tallahassee Memorial Hospital. The accident happened near the intersection of U.S. 319 and McIntyre Road in Apalachicola. The two SUVs involved in the accident included a 2003 Chevrolet SUV driven by an 18-year-old man with a 19-year-old passenger and a 2015 Toyota SUV driven by a 22-year-old man with a 19-year-old passenger.
The Florida Highway Patrol has not released any additional details about the accident, such as the potential causes and the current condition of the four individuals involved in the accident that were subsequently transported to the hospital for treatment. Because few details are available, it is unclear whether the accident involving the two SUVs was a head-on collision, or if the two SUVs were traveling in the same direction and side-swiped one another.
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