Kennewick firefighter Tom Cole helps direct traffic Tuesday afternoon at a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of South Olympia Street and West 27th Avenue in Kennewick. The driver of the late-model Nissan pickup apparently failed to stop for a red light while westbound on 27th Avenue and was struck by a northbound Chrysler minivan according the Kennewick Police officer Stan Howard. The unidentified male driver of the Chrysler was taken to an area hospital for treatment of minor injuries from the airbag deployment. The pickup driver was cited, said Howard.
Kennewick firefighter Tom Cole helps direct traffic Tuesday afternoon at a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of South Olympia Street and West 27th Avenue in Kennewick. The driver of the late-model Nissan pickup apparently failed to stop for a red light while westbound on 27th Avenue and was struck by a northbound Chrysler minivan according the Kennewick Police officer Stan Howard. The unidentified male driver of the Chrysler was taken to an area hospital for treatment of minor injuries from the airbag deployment. The pickup driver was cited, said Howard. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Kennewick firefighter Tom Cole helps direct traffic Tuesday afternoon at a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of South Olympia Street and West 27th Avenue in Kennewick. The driver of the late-model Nissan pickup apparently failed to stop for a red light while westbound on 27th Avenue and was struck by a northbound Chrysler minivan according the Kennewick Police officer Stan Howard. The unidentified male driver of the Chrysler was taken to an area hospital for treatment of minor injuries from the airbag deployment. The pickup driver was cited, said Howard. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

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