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No injuries in Thursday crash

No one was injured in a two-vehicle collision at 11:08 a.m. Thursday at the intersection of 2nd Avenue and 4th Street Southeast, but one person was arrested afterward, according to the Jamestown Police Department.

Lorrie A. Coutts, 50, of Jamestown, was driving a 2001 Ford passenger car west on 4th Street Southeast. Karin T. Klose, 57, of Jamestown, was driving a 2010 Ford vehicle south on 2nd Avenue Southeast.

According to the police report, Coutts entered the intersection of the two roads and struck Klose, whose vehicle spun and hit a fire hydrant on the boulevard. Coutts told police she didn’t see any vehicles before the collision; Klose said she saw Coutts and all she could do was swerve to avoid the collision.

Neither driver was injured, and seat belt use was unknown for both of them. Klose’s airbags did deploy, and her vehicle received $4,000 in damage and was towed from the scene. Coutts’ car received $1,200 in damage.

Coutts was issued a citation for disobey yield sign and arrested for driving under suspension.