21 Injured In Church Car Crash
FORT MEYERS, Fla. -- 21 people were injured Sunday night when a car crashed into a church in Fort Myers.
The crash happened at Second Haitian Baptist Church on Central Avenue around 8 p.m.
Witnesses say the church was packed for an Easter service.
Lee County EMS said multiple victims suffered broken bones, but there did not appear to be any life-threatening injuries.
Witnesses say at least one person was pinned under the vehicle.
At this point there is no information on the driver - though church members say they recognized the person.
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