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PHOTOS: Car Flips After Crash At Hamilton & Indiana

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KHQ.COM - Late Friday morning a silver car driving westbound on Indiana had a yellow light while he entered the intersection. The driver of a maroon car was northbound on Hamilton anticipated the light turning green and ended up hitting the silver compact. 

The driver of the maroon car was cited for failure to stop at a steady red light. Traffic was rerouted for a time but is now back open.
 
The driver of the maroon car was transported to Holy Family Hospital with minor injuries.
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