Woman possibly injured after driver ignores stop sign in N Austin
AUSTIN, TX – A woman from Austin suffered a possible injury when she was rear-ended by another driver who failed to stop at a stop sign in north Austin earlier this week, according to MyAccident.org.
At about 1:20 p.m. Wednesday, a 37-year-old woman from Austin was operating a white 2018 Toyota on the Scofield Ridge Parkway. She failed to yield at a stop sign, and the front of her vehicle collided with the back left of a white 2018 Honda, operated by a 68-year-old woman from Austin.
The driver of the Honda suffered what authorities suspect to be minor injuries as a result.
The other driver, determined to be at fault in the crash, was not reported as hurt.
The weather was clear when the crash happened.
No further information is available at this time.
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