Whatacrash: Lunch Time Crash Shuts Down Intersection


SAN ANGELO, TX – Two people were injured during a lunch time crash on Thursday afternoon at the intersection of 19th St. and N. Bryant near Whataburger.

According to the Assistant Public Information Officer Kelsey Hernandez, on Aug. 18 at around 1:30 p.m., officers with the San Angelo Police Department were dispatched to the intersection of 19th and N. Bryant for the report of a major crash involving a blue Mitsubishi Outlander and a white Honda Civic.

Here are photos of the scene:

Officers were able to determine that the Outlander was southbound on Bryant and was attempting to turn east. The Civic was traveling north on Bryant and the two crashed in the middle of the intersection.

No citations were issued on scene. The following is Ofc. Hernandez's statement:


Both of the drivers were transported to the hospital. The driver of the Civic was taken by an ambulance while the driver of the Outlander was taken by a personal vehicle. Neither of the injuries were life threatening.

The San Angelo Police Department did send out a nixel asking for the public to avoid the area. By 2:15 the area was cleared.

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