OMAHA, NE – Police say a man intentionally caused a crash in Omaha that left two people seriously injured, according to KMTV.
Officers responded at about 9:10 a.m. Wednesday to the scene of the accident at the intersection of 24th Avenue and St. Marys Avenue. The driver of a Toyota Camry, 26-year-old Dagoberto Reyes-Feliciano, violated a red light at St. Marys Avenue and collided with a Ford F-150, authorities said.
Reyes-Feliciano purposefully caused the crash in an attempt to harm himself, according to police. He and the other driver were taken to the University of Nebraska Medical Center with injuries that were serious, but not life-threatening.
After being treated and released, Reyes-Feliciano was charged with second-degree felony assault.
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