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Speeding 19-year-old causes car crash

CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – A speeding driver caused two vehicles to crash on South Staples Street near Williams Drive on Tuesday night.

According to My Accident, the incident occurred at 7:53 p.m. on May 5. A 19-year-old woman was driving her silver 2011 Cadillac at high speed down South Staples Street. The Cadillac rear-ended a 42-year-old man driving a silver 2009 Honda near the intersection at Williams Drive.

The Corpus Christi Police Department reports that neither the 19-year-old nor the 42-year old was injured in the accident.

The Cadillac sustained front-end damage and the Honda sustained rear-end damage as a result of the accident. However, the damage to both vehicles was minimal and the cars were able to drive away from the scene.

The police that the 19-year-old woman was at fault in the crash. They charged her with failure to control speed.

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