Traffic Reopens After Head-on Crash - KULR-8 Television, Billings, MT

Traffic Reopens After Head-on Crash

Traffic Reopens After Head-on Crash

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A 70-year-old man was taken to the hospital Saturday night after a head-on crash at King Avenue West and 32nd Street West.

According to Billings Police, officers were called to the intersection at 10:49 Saturday night for the incident. After investigating the scene, it appeared the 70-year-old driver of the 1995 Plymouth Voyager van was traveling on King Avenue, when he tried to turn on to 32nd Street. At that point, the 70-year-old man crashed into a 2005 GMC Yukon which was traveling in the opposite direction on King Ave.

According to officers, drugs and alcohol did not appear to be factors in the incident.

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