WASHINGTON CITY — A crash at the intersection of 300 East and Telegraph Street in Washington City at about 6:30 p.m. on Thursday damaged two vehicles but resulted in no reported injuries to those involved.
A northbound Toyota Camry on 300 East Street entered the intersection on a flashing yellow arrow to make a left turn onto Telegraph going westbound, failing to yield to a southbound Toyota Camry on 300 East, Washington City Police Department spokesman Ed Kantor said.
The drivers of both Camrys were women and neither of them had any passengers with them, Kantor said, no one was injured.
Washington City Fire Department and Gold Cross Ambulance responded to the scene, however no one was transported.
The driver of the Camry making the left turn at the intersection was cited for failure to yield.
St. George News Reporters Natalie Barrett and Kimberly Scott contributed to this report.
This report is based in part on preliminary information provided by law enforcement and may not contain the full scope of findings.
Note: The direction of travel was corrected. One Camry was traveling northbound on 300 East and the other Camry was traveling southbound on 300 East. The northbound Camry made a left turn to go westbound on Telegraph street.
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