Crash at Busy Intersection Sends 2 to Hospital


SAN ANGELO— A lunch time crash Friday at a busy intersection on Chadbourne Street sent two people to the hospital.

According to San Angelo Police Public Information Officer Richard Espinoza, around 12:45 p.m. officers and other first responders were dispatched to the intersection at North Chadbourne and 6th Street in front of the bus station regarding a major crash.

Officers arrived and located two vehicles that were directly involved in the crash and learned that the white Toyota passenger car was heading northbound on North Chadbourne and had a green light. Then, the silver Ford Escape, which was traveling eastbound on 6th Street, disregarded a red light and struck the white Toyota and yield sign.

The elderly driver of the Ford Escape was transported to the hospital with minor injuries as was the driver of the white Toyota.

Those two individuals were the only two occupants involved in the crash. The driver of the Ford Escape will be documented in the report for disregarding a red light and it is unknown as to whether she'll receive a citation for running the red light.

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