ST. GEORGE — Following a collision Friday evening, one car was towed and one lane of eastbound traffic was closed on Sunset Boulevard.
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Just before 5 p.m., a man driving a red Dodge Viper, along with a woman passenger, was stopped at a stop sign on 1400 West facing southbound and preparing to turn left, St. George Police Officer Ean Williams said.
At the same time, a man driving a white Chevy pickup truck was traveling eastbound on Sunset Boulevard. As the Viper proceeded across westbound lanes to make a left-hand turn onto Sunset Blvd., it collided with the Chevy truck.
Gold Cross Ambulance, St. George Fire Department, and St. George Police officers responded to the scene.
The inside lane was blocked off for cleanup and to move the Viper out of the roadway. The man driving the Viper was issued a citation for failure to yield, Williams said, and the Viper was towed from the scene.
This report is based on preliminary information provided by responders on scene and may not contain the full scope of findings.
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