SAN ANTONIO, TX – A woman crashed into a car after running a stop sign Tuesday afternoon, injuring herself and severely damaging both vehicles.
The collision occurred at the intersection of Del Lago Parkway and Three Iron Way, when a 30-year-old woman driving a white 2012 Honda crashed into a black 2013 Kia. The San Antonio Police Department reports that the woman drove through a stop sign at the intersection. The incident occurred at 3:17 p.m. on May 12.
The Honda’s front-end hit the front-end of the Kia that was driving through the intersection. Both vehicles sustained significant damage in the accident. The drivers had to call a tow truck to remove both vehicles from the scene.
The Honda’s driver is reported to have sustained an injury in the crash, but the police have not released information about the type or severity of this injury. The 26-year-old woman driving the Kia did not sustain any injuries. Two passengers in the Kia, ages 19 and 20, were also uninjured in the crash.
The police determined that the Honda was primarily at fault in the accident because the driver failed to obey the stop sign. However, they are holding the driver in the Kia partially responsible as well because she was driving without a license.
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