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SIX PEOPLE WERE INJURED IN AN ACCIDENT IN PORT CHARLOTTE YESTERDAY EVENING.  THE FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL SAYS 48 YEAR OLD ARACELI CASEY OF PORT CHARLOTTE WAS STOPPED AT A STOP SIGN FACING NORTH ON ALTON ROAD AT THE INTERSECTION OF MIDWAY BOULEVARD JUST AFTER 6:30PM WHEN SHE PULLED OUT IN FRONT OF AN EASTBOUND CAR THAT WAS DRIVEN BY 17 YEAR OLD KWAME JONES, JR OF PUNTA GORDA.  THE IMPACT FORCED JONES’ PONTIAC TORRENT TO SPIN OUT AND OVERTURN.  CASEY AND A PASSENGER, 71 YEAR OLD FELISA MARCOS OF PORT CHARLOTTE, WERE TAKEN TO THE PEACE RIVER REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER WITH MINOR INJURES.  JONES HAD THREE PASSENGERS IN HIS CAR BETWEEN THE AGES OF SEVENTEEN AND TWENTY.  THEY WERE ALSO TAKEN TO LOCAL HOSPITALS WITH MINOR INJURIES.  TROOPERS SIGHTED CASEY FOR FAILURE TO YIELD THE RIGHT OF WAY FROM A STOP SIGN, WHILE JONES WAS SIGHTED FOR VIOLATION OF HIS LEARNER’S PERMIT.