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Posted: Thursday, August 14, 2014 4:30 am

A two-vehicle accident Wednesday afternoon in Killeen left both vehicles damaged, and sent one driver to a Temple hospital, officials said. 

Killeen Police Department spokeswoman Carroll Smith said the female driver of a black Ford Escape was taken to Scott & White Hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries Wednesday.

The driver of the Escape was traveling west on Elms Road at 2 p.m., and the driver of a tan Chevy Silverado traveling east attempted to make a turn in the northbound lane, according to reports.

“The driver of the Silverado failed to yield the right of way, causing the Escape to hit it,” Smith said.

As of press time, the identities of both drivers were unknown.

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