BRYAN - An accident in Bryan created a big backup during the lunch rush around 12:30 Saturday afternoon.
A Ford Mustang and a Toyota Camry were involved in an accident with the Mustang ending up blocking access to the southbound Highway 6 Frontage Road at Briarcrest Drive.
According to Bryan P.D. the backup lasted 50 minutes and the call came in at 12:34 P.M.
A 2000 Toyota Camry and 2010 Ford Mustang crashed.
BPD says the 37-year-old driver of the Toyota Camry Winfred Bray of Bryan drove himself to the hospital with minor injuries while his 13-year-old female passenger was also taken to St. Joseph as a precaution.
Police say the driver of the Mustang, 30-year-old Jose Mendoza of Bryan had no injuries but was ticketed for failure to yield right of way while turning left.
Bryan Police say the Camry was heading eastbound on Briarcrest while Mustang westbound and both had a green light, but the Mustang failed to yield right of way turning left and was hit on the side by the Camry.
Traffic along Briarcrest Drive was backed up in both directions until that accident could be cleared.
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