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January 31, 2013

Police: Driver ran red light in two-vehicle crash

— Muskogee firefighters look through a silver Scion that was involved in a two-vehicle collision Thursday afternoon at the intersection of Main Street and Smith Ferry Road. Webbers Falls resident Paula Downs said she was driving north on Main when she saw the collision. She said the Scion was going east on Smith Ferry and preparing to turn north on Main when it was hit by a red van, which was going south. She said the Scion spun around. Muskogee Police officers said the Scion’s driver ran a red light at the intersection. Muskogee County Emergency Medical Services responded to the call at 5:01 p.m. and transported one person to EASTAR Health System with non-life-threatening injuries. Names of the drivers were unavailable.

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