SCOTTSBLUFF, NE – A two-vehicle crash at a Scottsbluff intersection sent three people to the hospital on Saturday afternoon, News Channel Nebraska reports.
Police say one of the drivers, 62-year-old Mark Boles of Hilham, Tennessee, was cited for failing to stop for a red traffic signal. According to investigators, Boles was driving a Toyota 4Runner and struck a Mitsubishi Outlander in the area of Highway 26 and Avenue B. The driver of the Outlander, 30-year-old Alex Jines of Alliance, and two juveniles sustained minor injuries and were taken to Regional West Medical Center. Boles declined treatment.
The intersection was shut down for about an hour while the scene was being cleared.
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