The Florida Highway Patrol released the name of a 51-year-old Immokalee woman who was killed in a two-vehicle wreck on State Road 29 Saturday night.
The 6:55 p.m. crash left two more people in critical condition, while two people sustained serious injuries, and two sustained minor injuries in the wreck.
Princesse Biennevile was killed after the Dodge van she was driving south along State Road 29 collided with a Toyota Camry traveling west through an intersection just north of Lake Trafford Road, according to a Florida Highway Patrol report.
The van overturned, and struck a traffic signal support pole.
Presnor Michel, a passenger in the van whose age was not released, suffered critical injuries. He remains in critical condition at Lee Memorial Hospital, the hospital reported Monday night.
The Camry was driven by Vercius Clement, 60, also of Immokalee, who sustained critical injuries. Clement also remains in critical condition at Lee Memorial Hospital.
Espername Pascal, 58, and Enrique Milbin, 47, who were passengers in the van, sustained serious injuries and were taken to NCH Downtown Naples Hospital. Jacob Luis, 58, and Joel Jean Luis, 50, also passengers van, sustained minor injuries, according to the FHP report.
Clement was the only person wearing a seat belt, according to the FHP. Alcohol is not thought to have played a role in the accident.