SAN ANGELO, TX – A crash on E 32nd street sent two women to the hospital on Monday after a Nissan failed to yield the right of way.
According to Officer Welch with the San Angelo Police Department's Motor Unit, on August 24, officers with San Angelo Police Department as well as paramedics with the San Angelo EMS were dispatched to the intersection of E 32nd and Travis for the report of a major crash.
Here is a video from the scene:
When they arrived they found a silver Nissan frontier and white Chevy Malibu that had crash in the middle of the intersection. When paramedics arrived they took the female driver as well as a female passenger to Shannon with non-incapacitating injuries. The male driver of the Frontier was checked out by the paramedics but left on his own.
Officers at the scene determined that the Nissan was headed north on Travis while the Chevy was headed south. The Nissan failed to yield the right of way while making a left hand turn and was struck by the Malibu.
The driver of the Nissan was issued a citation for causing the crash.