CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – Two vehicles collided on Tuesday when a Mazda made an unsafe lane change on Staples Street.
Officers from the Corpus Christi Police Department reported that the accident occurred at approximately 7:35 p.m. on June 23. A silver 2006 Mazda crashed into a white 2018 Chrysler near the intersection of South Staples Street and Holly Road. The 23-year-old driver of the Mazda attempted to move into the right lane and struck the Chrysler’s right front corner. Both vehicles sustained moderate damage during the collision.
Neither the Mazda driver nor her one-year-old passenger was injured during the collision. The 31-year-old driver and the 28-year-old passenger in the Chrysler were also uninjured in the accident.
The police found the Mazda’s driver liable for the accident because she attempted to change lanes at an unsafe time.
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