St. George first responders called to four-vehicle crash

ST. GEORGE, UT – Drivers were spared from injuries in a four-vehicle crash Wednesday. 

The collision occurred around 5:30 p.m. at Red Hills Parkway and Gateway Drive, St. George News reported. 

A driver of a black Jeep Cherokee traveled on the eastbound lanes of Red Hills Parkway and drove through a green light. Meanwhile, a driver of a blue Dodge Charger was making a left turn onto the southbound lanes of Gateway Drive. 

The Charger entered the path of the Cherokee, and both vehicles collided. The Cherokee crashed into a white Ford Explorer, waiting to make a left turn. The impact caused the Explorer to hit a red Hyundai Kona. 

Police cited the driver of the Charger for no proof of insurance, expired registration, and failing to yield. 

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