Vehicle hit and killed an endangered Florida panther.


IMMOKALEE, Fla. – According to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Out of 13panther deaths, This is the 8th panther death due to fatal crashes.

Wildlife officials said the 1-year-old female panther’s remains were discovered Saturday on a rural road south of Immokalee in Collier County.

Florida panthers used to be found all over the Southeast, but now they are mainly restricted to a tiny area of Florida along the Gulf of Mexico. There are an estimated 230 Florida panthers left in the wild.

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2 injured in a three-car crash in Immokalee

in a three-car crash in Immokalee



IMMOKALEE, FLORIDA: As per the reports, a three-car crash in Immokalee Thursday left two injured.

According to the Florida Highway Patrol, the incident happened on Corkscrew Road near Wildcat Drive. The crash reports say three vehicles collided near the intersection.

The Collier County Sheriff’s Office was investigating the scene, so Corkscrew road was shutdown.

Officials said one of the victims was taken to the hospital as a trauma alert. The identity of the victims has not been released.

Investigators are investigating the reason that led to the crash.

No more information is available at the moment.

The crash is under investigation. Stay updated for detailed news.