CEDAR CITY — An evening incident slowed traffic while two vehicles were cleared from Main Street on Wednesday night. Minor injuries were reported, including one patient who was treated for cuts from flying glass.
Cedar City Police Department Sgt. Justin Ludlow said the incident reported at approximately 5:15 p.m. was the result of a Mazda Protege failing to yield.
The driver of a Chevrolet full-size truck was northbound on Main Street when it collided with the Mazda, whose driver was making a left turn onto the road from Cobblecreek Drive.
“The driver of the Mazda was cited,” Ludlow said.
Then Thursday morning, police issued a failure to stop at a red light citation after a collision on North Main Street involving three vehicles.
A Toyota Camry traveling south on Main Street allegedly ran a red light at the Canyon Ranch Drive intersection.
A Ford Crown Victoria traveling east on Canyon Ranch was hit by the Camry. The impact caused the Crown Victoria into hit a third vehicle stopped at the red light.
One passenger in the Crown Victoria was transported to the hospital with minor head injuries, Ludlow noted.
“The driver of the Toyota was cited for the traffic light violation,” he said.
This report is based on statements by law enforcement personnel and may not include the full scope of the findings.
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