Three GM Cars Get Jacked Up in Wreck
SAN ANGELO—The San Angelo Police Department was dispatched when a wrong way driver sparked a three car collision Wednesday evening by the Jack's Convenience Store at the intersection of West Harris and Bryant. A white Buick Rendezvous, a tan GMC Terrain, and a gold Cadillac CTS were involved
The drivers of the GMC and Buick were traveling west on Harris when the Cadillac, traveling southbound in a northbound lane of Bryant, struck them.
SAPD Public Information Officer Tracy Gonzalez said the female driving the Cadillac will be issued a citation for driving the wrong way on a one way street. That citation is the only one being issued at this time, as the investigation is ongoing into the crash.
No serious injuries were reported, although the driver of the Buick was an elderly man using an oxygen tank.
The San Angelo City Marshals were first on the scene and provided traffic control and assessed the damage of the wreck. "We want to give credit to the Marshals for being in the right place at the right time," Gonzalez said. "We thank them for providing aid to traffic control. This is a busy intersection in the afternoon commute."