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Two injured in accident remain hospitalized

September 4, 2012
By TIFFANY REPECKI (trepecki@breezenewspapers.com) , Cape Coral Daily Breeze

A Cape Coral driver and his passenger remained hospitalized Friday after a truck struck their vehicle about three weeks ago, according to officials.

Anthony James Bailey, 37, of 2354 N.E. 43rd Lane, was listed in fair condition, while Robert Caperton, also 37, of 440 Oakhurst St., Altamonte Springs, remained listed in critical condition at Lee Memorial Hospital.

At about 5:47 p.m. Aug. 9, the Fort Myers police responded to a crash at Palm Beach Boulevard, near Marion Street. Bailey was driving a Mazda Miata eastbound on Palm when he lost control of the car, according to a report.

The Miata drove over the raised median and into incoming traffic. A Chevy Silverado truck, driven by Amy Renee Ayers, 31, of 17771 Well Road, North Fort Myers, was headed westbound when it hit the Miatas passenger side.

According to the report, Bailey and Caperton were wearing seat belts. Both of the men were transported to the hospital with life-threatening injuries.

Ayers did not complain of injuries, but her front seat passenger, Carl Shannen Ayres, 36, complained of rib pain. Her rear seat passengers - Colby Ayres, 9, and Sheran Elmore, 56 - also sustained minor injuries.

No one else was taken to the hospital. Both vehicles were towed.

Bailey was found to be at fault in the crash for operating his vehicle in a careless manner and crossing the center divider, the report states. Alcohol is suspected to have been a contributing factor; a test was administered.

Officials reported that the investigation is ongoing.

 
 

 

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