| Fort Myers News-Press
Two children and a woman visiting from Indiana sustained serious and critical injuries after a three-vehicle crash in Lee County on Friday.
At 7:13 p.m., an SUV driven by a 44-year-old man, of Lafayette, Indiana, with a woman, 34, and two boys, 11 and 9-years-old, were in the left turn lane of Daniels Parkway approaching Apaloosa Lane, according to a Florida Highway Patrol news release.
The man turned left in front of oncoming traffic and struck a pickup driven by a 78-year-oldCape Coral man with a 78-year-old woman passenger, also of Cape Coral.
This caused the truck to strike an SUV driven by a man, 61, with a 55-year-old woman passenger, both of Cape Coral, the release states.
The two boys sustained critical injuries, the 34-year-old woman had serious injuries and the 44-year-old man sustained minor injuries, troopers reported.
The occupants of the other vehicles sustained minor injuries, the release states.
Troopers did not release the identities of those involved in the crash.