A woman suffered injuries in a crash at Highway 26 and Avenue B Thursday.

Sgt. Cody Enlow told the Star-Herald that the woman, Cecel Carlson, 87, had been the driver of a Buick traveling westbound on Highway 26 and turning left on Avenue B. The woman allegedly turned in front Jeffrey Gregson, 61, of Sundance, Wyoming, driving a Ford F350 pulling a fifth wheel camper. The truck t-boned the Buick on the driver's side, causing the Buick to spin out and jump the center median.

The Buick struck a Ford pickup stopped in the northbound lane of Avenue B. The pickup had been driven by Janice Haun, 62, of Scottsbluff. Her husband, David Haun, was a passenger in the vehicle.

 Gregson’s Ford F-350 and trailer jackknifed and slid to the southeast section of the intersection also jumping the curb and coming to a rest just shy of a light pole with the trailer tipped to its side.

Carlson was the only one injured. Valley Ambulance transported her to Regional West Medical Center. Enlow said the woman suffered a broken pelvis and ribs.

All three vehicles had to be towed from the scene due to damages. The crash occurred at about 10:30 a.m. at the intersection, which is near Perkins.

scene by Ron’s Towing. No citations were issued. Scottsbluff Police were assisted by the Scottsbluff Fire, Scotts Bluff County Sheriff’s. and the Nebraska State Patrol.

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