• August 13, 2019

One Injured in San Angelo, TX, Car Accident on Sherwood Way

San Angelo, TX -- August 13, 2019, one person was injured due to an accident in which two cars collided along Sherwood Way.

San Angelo Police officials responded to the accident at around noon. They say it happened at Sherwood Way and Millspaugh Street.

Police investigators said that a Ford Expedition was traveling along the roadway when it attempted to turn into a parking lot. In doing so, the Expedition failed to yield to a sedan. This resulted in the two vehicles colliding.

One person from the sedan was taken to a hospital for treatment following the wreck. Police cited the Ford driver for failure to yield.

At this time, additional details remain unclear.

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