Published: Oct 03, 2010 7:51 PM EDT
Updated: Oct 02, 2010 11:31 PM EDT

NORTH FORT MYERS, Fla. - A deadly crash occured  Saturday night on northbound U.S 41 in North Fort Myers.  The Florida Highway Patrol reports that a van driven by Terry Savasuk, 52 of Fort Ogden was struck by another car at the intersection of Avenida Del Vera, the entrance to Heron's Glen community.

FHP says that Doris Shultz, 81 of North Fort Myers was driving the SUV that struck Savasuk's vehicle. Shultz was attempting to cross northbound U.S 41 from Heron's Glen in an effort to head southbound, but pulled into the path of Savasuk.

Savasuk, who was wearing a seatbelt, suffered minor injuries. There were six passengers in the van, and two were killed. Evelyn Lindge, 74, and Robert Lindge, 76, both of Fort Ogden, died after being transported to Lee Memorial Hospital. It is reported that neither was wearing a seatbelt and that some of the passengers may have been ejected from the vehicle.

Four other passengers, who were wearing seatbelts, were injured, including an 8-year old girl.

Shultz and her passenger, Joseph Shultz, 84, were both wearing seatbelts and suffered serious injuries

Charges in the crash are pending, according to troopers.