CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – A 21-year-old woman crashed into a Chevrolet and injured a passenger while she was speeding on Monday afternoon.
The woman was driving a white 2014 Ford near the intersection of Kostoryz Road and South Staples Street at approximately 1:20 p.m. May 4. The front of the woman’s vehicle collided with the front of a silver 2013 Chevrolet, according to My Accident.
A 26-year-old man was driving the Chevrolet and transporting three passengers, ages, 20, 49, and 13, when the accident occurred. The Corpus Christi Police Department reports that the 49-year-old female passenger sustained injuries in the crash. However, they have not released any information about the type or severity of her injuries.
Both vehicles involved in the accident sustained minimal damage to the front bumper. The drivers were able to move their vehicles away from the scene without tow-truck assistance.
The police officer who investigated the crash determined that the Ford was at-fault in the accident. The officer also charged the driver with failure to control speed.
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