No injuries were sustained in a two-car collision Monday at the intersection of Foote Avenue and Harrison Street.
According to the Jamestown Police Department, a Ford Ranger was traveling westbound on Harrison Street at approximately 1:55 p.m. when it was allegedly struck by a Cadillac Eldorado traveling southbound on Foote Avenue.
The Eldorado reportedly swerved off the road and struck an unoccupied Kia Spectra in a nearby parking lot.
A Ford Ranger was struck by a Cadillac Eldorado Monday afternoon at the intersection of Foote Avenue and Harrison Street. The Eldorado swerved off the road and struck an unoccupied Kia Spectra in a parking lot. Both the Ranger and Eldorado were towed away due to heavy damage.
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The driver of the Eldorado said that mechanical problems caused him to drive through the red light at the intersection.
Both the Ford Ranger and Cadillac Eldorado were towed away after sustaining heavy damage.
The names of the drivers and the owner of the parked Kia Spectra have yet to be released.
No charges have been filed. An investigation is currently ongoing.