Teen runs red light, causes 3-vehicle crash in St. George

ST. GEORGE, UT – One person was injured in a three-vehicle crash at the intersection of West Sunset Boulevard and Westridge Drive Monday. 

The collision took place after 3 p.m., St. George News reported. St. George Police said the driver of a white Ford Taurus, a teenage girl, drove west on Sunset and ran a red light. As a result, the Ford Taurus driver collided with a black Cherovelt pickup truck. The force of this collision then caused the Chevrolet driver, a man, to then strike a pest control company’s red Ford pickup truck. 

The red Ford pickup truck occupants – a male driver and male passenger – and the Chevrolet driver seemed unharmed. 

The Ford Taurus driver appeared to have suffered minor injuries and was taken to a hospital for treatment. 

The Taurus and red Ford pickup truck sustained significant front-end damage and were both towed. 

The Chevrolet had damage to the front passenger and rear driver’s side. The driver was able to leave the scene in the truck. 

Officials have not indicated pending charges for the Taurus driver. 

The road was cleared after 4 p.m.

Our newsroom will post more details should they become available. 

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