1 Injured in Two-Vehicle Crash on Knickerbocker Road in San Angelo

1 Injured in Two-Vehicle Crash on Knickerbocker Road in San Angelo

One Injured in San Angelo Two-Vehicle Crash on Knickerbocker Road at Currier Street

San Angelo, Texas (November 15, 2021) – One person was injured Sunday evening in a two-vehicle crash in San Angelo, according to the police.

The crash happened on November 14, at the intersection of Knickerbocker Road and Currier Street.

Police said a gold Lincoln sedan and a black Jeep Grand Cherokee collided at the intersection.

One person in the Lincoln was taken to the hospital for treatment.

No other information was available.

The police are investigating the crash.

Cars are the most common mode of transportation. The common causes of car accidents include; disregarding a red light or stop sign, texting or talking on a cell phone, and driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

If you have been injured or have lost a loved one in a car accident, please call the law office of Joel A. Gordon & Associates for a free consultation to learn your options.

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