Archive for Friday, September 10, 2010

Lawrence woman injured in accident

The woman's car was hit by an 18-year-old man's truck near 31st and Ousdahl.

September 10, 2010, 10:17 a.m. Updated September 10, 2010, 10:44 a.m.


A Lawrence woman was taken to Lawrence Memorial Hospital Thursday night after a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of 31st Street and Ousdahl Road.

According to a Kansas Highway Patrol report, 55-year-old Pamela Bone was driving west on 31st Street when an eastbound 1997 Ford pickup truck driven by 18-year-old Anthony M. Bradley of La Mesa, Calif., attempted to turn north on Ousdahl Road in front of Bone.

Bone’s 2001 Honda Accord then collided with Bradley’s vehicle. The report said Bradley failed to yield to Bone.

Bone, who wore her seat belt, was taken to Lawrence Memorial Hospital, where she was treated and released, an LMH spokeswoman said. Bradley was not injured.


nomorebush 5 years ago

I thought that only happens to motorcycle riders.

evilpenguin 5 years ago

Yield to Bone......a lesson for all

Dixie Jones 5 years ago

or she will T BONE YA ..... sorry had to say it . i do hope everyone is ok.

conservative 5 years ago

Flashing yellow lights always mean yield but proceed when safe. It actually makes much more sense to use flashing yellow lights instead of green lights with little signs saying to yield.

cozy 5 years ago

It is not rocket science. If you can not figure out the light--even with context clues--(like turning left and knowing that a yellow light means caution) you should not be on the road.

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