Two vehicles involved in Fourth Street crash Monday
Responders were on the scene Monday afternoon with a dual-vehicle collision at the intersection of Fourth and Ranney streets.
The vehicles were involved in a T-bone accident at the intersection, with the pickup truck’s front end striking the driver’s side door of a Honda shortly after 1 p.m.
The Honda received significant damage with the airbags deploying.
Craig Police Department, Craig Fire/Rescue and Memorial Regional Health were at the site to aid with the drivers and traffic control.
No immediate information was available from authorities about the condition of the parties involved Monday afternoon, though police later verified neither driver recieved serious injuries.
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