San Angelo, TX — December 31, 2018, two people sustained injuries due to an accident in which their pickups collided along Koenigheim Street.
San Angelo Police Department investigators respnded to the accident scene in the morning hours of Monday. They say the crash happened at Koenigheim Street and West Harris Avenue.
In their reports, police officials said that a Dodge Ram was traveling northbound along Koenigheim. Approaching Harris, and eastbound GMC Sierra reportedly failed to yield, entering the path of the Dodge. This resulted in the two pickups colliding.
Following the crash, an ambulance transported one person from the Dodge to a local hospital. Another passenger went via private vehicle. No one else was hurt.
Police cited the GMC driver for failure to yield. They didn’t release any further information surrounding the crash.
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