One woman was injured in a two-car accident at St. George Hospital. A blue Saturn car was travelling north on South River Road when it collided into a silver Honda sedan. The Honda was slowing down to stop at a red light at 1450 South River Road. The blue Saturn’s driver hit the brakes and crashed into the Honda, almost causing it to roll off the tow truck.
The blue Saturn car struck the Equinox and a Chevrolet SUV and the car was driven by a male who is unknown to police. The Equinox sustained minor damage when the SUV crashed into it. However, the Equinox’s hood was left with a small mark from the accident. The driver of the Nissan took off, fleeing the scene without calling police. Both of the vehicles were driven by men. The collision took place in the early morning hours.
Unknown male drove a 2006 blue Saturn car. He ignored a stop sign and crashed into a Chevy Equinox. The Equinox’s hood was damaged and a mailbox was left behind. The damages to both vehicles were between $2,500 and $5,000. The drivers, who have not been identified, declined medical attention. They were not injured and the vehicle was parked near the mailbox.
The two cars were town from the accident site after the collision. The blue Saturn, driven by a male who has not yet been identified, was found abandoned in the street. The silver vehicle’s driver drove erratically and collided with a Chevy Equinox. The accident caused damage between $2,500 to $5,000, but the Chevy Equinox’s hood was left with a permanent imprint.
A male who is unknown to police allegedly drove the blue Saturn, ignoring a stop sign, hit a Chevrolet Equinox with it and caused an accident. The driver of the car attempted to avoid the collision but failed to yield to police. The collision left an imprint on the hood of the Equinox and hit a mailbox. The damage was estimated at between $2,500 and $5,000.
Unknown male was driving the blue Saturn car. He drove through a stop sign, and he hit a Chevrolet Equinox head-on. The crash also caused an imprint on the Equinox’s hood. A mail box was also damaged by the accident. The damage to the mail box is estimated at between $2,500- $5,000. The crash was not caused by the driver of the blue Saturn car. In both cases the driver of the blue Saturn vehicle did not stop at an intersection, but she ignored the warning signs.
A blue Saturn car was speeding down the road, and a stop sign was ignored. The vehicle hit a Chevy Equinox head on. The driver also hit a mailbox, prompting the driver to call 911. The driver of the blue Saturn car was not injured and was not charged. The crash was not witnessed by anyone, but witnesses gave their accounts.
The blue Saturn car, driven by an unknown male, was struck by a Chevrolet Equinox. The two cars collided in a parking lot, resulting in minor injuries for both drivers. The Chevrolet Equinox was struck by the blue Saturn, which left an imprint on the hood. The mailbox was also hit by the car, causing minor damage. The accident did not result in any injuries to the three vehicles. The impact was sufficient to cause an accident.
According to local police, a blue Saturn was speeding when it rolled into a Chevy Equinox and struck the car. The driver swerved to avoid the collision, but the blue Saturn did not stop and slowed down. The damage to the cars was between $2,500 and $5,000. Both cars were damaged but the driver crashed into the mailbox, causing the accident.