Route 6 crash

Corry City Police Chief Fred Corbett was not injured in a two-vehicle collision in front of the Corry Walmart Friday afternoon. Corry City Police said Dora DeVore, 65, of Bear Lake, was driving east on Route 6 in a GMC sport-utility vehicle at about 12:45 p.m. when she failed to see a red light at the intersection with North Shady Avenue. DeVore’s vehicle struck the front end of a four-door sedan driven by Corbett, which had just pulled out from the Walmart parking lot on North Shady Avenue heading south. DeVore was not injured, police said. Both vehicles were undriveable after the crash and DeVore’s vehicle was towed from the scene. Devore will be charged with a red light violation, police said. Journal photo by Stephen Sears

Corry City Police Chief Fred Corbett was not injured in a two-vehicle collision in front of the Corry Walmart Friday afternoon. Corry City Police said Dora DeVore, 65, of Bear Lake, was driving east on Route 6 in a GMC sport-utility vehicle at about 12:45 p.m. when she failed to see a red light at the intersection with North Shady Avenue. DeVore’s vehicle struck the front end of a four-door sedan driven by Corbett, which had just pulled out from the Walmart parking lot on North Shady Avenue heading south. DeVore was not injured, police said. Both vehicles were undriveable after the crash and DeVore’s vehicle was towed from the scene. Devore will be charged with a red light violation, police said.

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