Vehicles towed following accidentSeptember 15, 2020
By Herald Staff
FERDINAND — A Monday evening accident at the intersection of East Fifth and Michigan streets caused substantial damage to both vehicles involved.
Ferdinand Police were called to the accident at 6:30 p.m.
Through their investigation, police learned that a 2016 Mazda driven by Tori King, 18, of Birdseye was southbound on Michigan Street and came to a stop sign. King proceeded to cross East Fifth Street, but did not see the 2007 Ford SUV driven by Tiffany Neal, 29, of Corydon that was westbound on East Fifth Street, according to the police’s report. King’s vehicle struck the passenger side of Neal’s vehicle, police said.
Neither driver was injured, police said. Damages totaled $15,000 to King’s car and $10,000 to Neal’s SUV. Both vehicles were towed from the scene, police said.
The Ferdinand Volunteer Fire Department was also called to assist at the scene.
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