Kingman wrecks injure motorists, cyclist
KINGMAN - Two local residents went to Kingman Regional Medical Center Wednesday afternoon after one of them allegedly ran a red light on Stockton Hill Road at Gordon Drive.
According to Kingman Police, Estallene Stout, 49, was driving south on Stockton Hill Road when she failed to stop at Gordon Drive.
The 1992 Chevrolet Blazer Stout was driving struck a 2005 Chevrolet sedan driven by a 60-year-old resident. Both drivers sustained non-life-threatening injuries.
Stout was cited for failure to obey a traffic control device, according to the KPD.
Kingman Fire Department and River Medical paramedics tend to a bicyclist who was struck by an SUV late Thursday morning.
The driver of the SUV said he was slowing to a stop when the light on northbound Andy Devine Avenue turned green. He accelerated and didn't see the bicyclist because his vision was blocked by another vehicle.
The bicyclist was speaking to his caregivers and did not appear to suffer life-threatening injuries.