OMAHA, NE – Two people were hospitalized after their vehicles collided at an intersection in Omaha, according to the Omaha World-Herald.
The accident happened just after midnight Tuesday at 52nd Street and Ames Avenue. Police said 43-year-old Robert T. Singleton of Omaha was driving a Chevrolet Astro minivan on Ames Avenue when he ran a red light. His vehicle crashed into a Cadillac CTS sedan driven by 22-year-old Windy Wah of Omaha. Investigators said she was traveling at a high rate of speed at the time. Singleton’s minivan ended up hitting a concrete wall.
Both drivers were taken to the Nebraska Medical Center. Singleton sustained injuries that were described as life-threatening, while Wah was listed in serious condition.
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