Three people were transported by ambulance to local hospitals after a crash on Sherwood Way Wednesday evening.
According to Sgt. Cade Solsberry with the San Angelo Police Department, officers received a call at approximately 6:40 p.m. about a crash near Walmart in the 5500 block of Sherwood Way.
When officers arrived at the scene they discovered that a 2014 gold Chevrolet Cruze and a white 1999 Dodge pickup had collided in the intersection.
“The Cruze was driving eastbound on Sherwood Way in front of Walmart when the Dodge that was driving westbound on Sherwood Way failed to yield the right-of-way, made a left turn into the Walmart parking lot and hit the Cruze,” Solsberry said.
The impact spun the Chevrolet around until it eventually ended up on the grassy area between Dairy Queen and Walmart parking lot.
The female driver and female passenger in the white pickup were transported to Community Medical Center with non-incapacitating injuries, according to Solsberry, while the driver of the Cruze, who was found lying on the ground near his vehicle, was transported to Shannon Medical Center.
“We have not yet received an update on the driver of the Cruze, but it looks like he is going to be okay,” Solsberry said.
Solsberry also said the driver of the Dodge will most likely receive a citation for failure to yield the right-of-way.