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UPDATE: One driver cited after semi/SUV crash in Forest City

Police say SUV was hit trying to make a left turn.

Posted: Jan. 10, 2018 4:53 PM
Updated: Jan. 12, 2018 11:42 AM

FOREST CITY, Iowa – No one reported serious injuries after a semi collided with an SUV Wednesday.

The crash happened around 4:11 pm at the intersection of Highway 69 and J Street. The Forest City Police Department says Ryan Harrison was driving north in an SUV and turned left onto J Street in front of the southbound semi driven by Jeffrey Boravicka. Police says the crash caused the SUV to hit another vehicle that was parked at the red light on J Street.

Harrison and three passengers in his vehicle were checked at the scene by paramedics but refused transport to the hospital.

Harrison was cited for failure to yield.

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FOREST CITY, Iowa – Authorities are dealing with an apparent accident at the corner of J Street and Highway 69.

Few details are available but it happened Wednesday afternoon around 4:30 pm and caused traffic to be halted. A witness on the scene reports seeing law enforcement and an ambulance.

Stay with KIMT for more information on this situation as we get it.

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