Three Including Child Injured in Two-Vehicle Crash at Irving Street and West Washington Drive in San Angelo

Three Including Child Injured in Two-Vehicle Crash at Irving Street and West Washington Drive in San Angelo

3 Hospitalized after San Angelo Two-Vehicle Crash at Irving Street and West Washington Drive
San Angelo, Texas (April 25, 2019) – Three people including a child were injured on Wednesday in a two-vehicle crash at a San Angelo intersection, a local news source reported.
The crash occurred on Wednesday, April 24, in the area of Irving Street and West Washington Drive.
Police said a black Ford F-150 was traveling northbound on Irving Street when it ran a stop sign at the intersection and hit a gold Toyota van which was heading eastbound on West Washington Drive.
A woman and a child in the van were taken to Shannon Medical Center in unknown condition. The pickup driver was also taken to the hospital and was cited for running a red light.
The crash remains under investigation.

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