In 10 minutes, two crashes
SUV smashes into trucks on new car lot
KINGMAN - Kingman police and emergency responders were kept busy Sunday night when two crashes occurred about 10 minutes apart.
The first occurred at 8:10 p.m. when several motorists called 911 to report the driver of an SUV crashed into multiple new vehicles on display at a car dealership in the 3700 block of Stockton Hill Road.
Michael Ray Krabbe, 50, of Kingman was driving north in a black Kia when he lost control and crashed into four parked vehicles, according to Rusty Cooper, deputy chief of the Kingman Police Department.
Cooper said damage was severe to Krabbe's vehicle and the cars he hit. He was released from the scene with mild injuries and Cooper said charges could be filed pending the outcome of the investigation.
Ten minutes later, Linda F. Parker, 63, of Kingman allegedly failed to stop at a red light at the intersection of Airway Avenue and Harrison Street when she crashed into a Ford F-150 pickup driven by a 52-year-old Kingman woman.
Cooper said both vehicles spun out of control when Parker's Mercedes struck the right rear corner of the pickup.
Parker was transported to Kingman Regional Medical Center with minor injuries and the driver of the truck was treated and released.
Parker was cited for failure to stop at a red light.