Left turn attempt causes T-bone crash in Enoch 

ENOCH, UT – A T-bone style crash was prompted when a driver of a beige Ford Explorer tried to turn left from Blue Sky Drive onto SR-130 South and struck a red Hyundai car Friday. 

St. George News said the Hyundai driver, who was the sole occupant in her vehicle, was traveling north on SR-130 when the Ford Explorer driver struck her. 

The Hyundai driver and the Ford Explorer driver and passenger – both teenage girls – were all unharmed. As indicated in the source’s photos, the red car sustained significant front-end damage, while the Ford had some busted tires.

Officials said they did not cite the Ford Explorer driver but did find her responsible for causing the collision as she failed to yield. 

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