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Texas Towing wrecker Steve Garcia pulls off the left quarter-panel from a NIssan Altima after a Honda Civic T-boned it Thursday morning at Main and Evergreen. Patrol officer Chris Dennis said the occupants of the two vehicles were fine and only suffered minor injuries. The passenger in the Civic suffered a seat belt burn along her right shoulder and upper chest, and the driver of the Altima suffered a bloody nose and a right cheek bruise. Photo by Kyle R. Cotton

Texas Towing wrecker Steve Garcia pulls off the left quarter-panel from a NIssan Altima after a Honda Civic T-boned it Thursday morning at Main and Evergreen. Patrol officer Chris Dennis said the occupants of the two vehicles were fine and only suffered minor injuries. The passenger in the Civic suffered a seat belt burn along her right shoulder and upper chest, and the driver of the Altima suffered a bloody nose and a right cheek bruise. Photo by Kyle R. Cotton

Officer says both vehicles’ occupants are fine.

By Kyle R. Cotton

kcotton11@student.alamo.edu

A Honda Civic T-boned a Nissan Altima Thursday morning at North Main Avenue and Evergreen Street.

San Antonio patrol Officers Chris Dennis and Dan Uranga arrived on the scene at 10:30 a.m.

Dennis said the accident was caused by one of the drivers running a red light.

“They both say they had the green light, and with no witnesses to what happened, all we can do is write up an accident report and let the insurance companies handle it,” Dennis said.

Dennis added the occupants of the two vehicles were fine and only suffered “superficial injuries.”

The driver of the Altima suffered a bloody nose and bruised cheek, while the passenger of the Civic suffered a seat belt burn.

Texas Towing wrecker Steve Garcia said in his personal opinion both vehicles were totaled because the frames were bent.

Traffic continued to flow despite the accident with Uranga directing traffic.

Uranga said he couldn’t give an estimate of the damages because he doesn’t know body work and didn’t want to give misinformation.

Dennis said the one way to prevent accidents like this is to just pay attention.

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