Passenger Hospitalized After Cars Collide In Fort Smith Parking Lot

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FORT SMITH (KFSM) -A two-car crash in a Fort Smith parking lot sent a passenger to the hospital Friday morning, according to the Fort Smith Police Department.

Police say two cars were driving through the Phoenix Expo Center parking lot near Phoenix Avenue and Towson Avenue around 6:30 a.m., when the two vehicles collided. The passenger in a Chevrolet Malibu was transported to the hospital with heck and neck pain, police said. A Toyota Camry was the other car involved in the crash.

No one else was injured, but the cars sustained significant damage. No tickets were issued at the scene, police said.

 

4 comments

  • Parris Boyd

    Anytime details are sketchy about accidents involving a Toyota, informed consumers wonder if the cause was an electronic defect in the throttle control. I’ve been blogging about the situation – search “Beware of Toyota. Their next victim may be YOU…”

  • Azar Hadi

    I bet Toyota Camry acceleration. Toyota and Lexus are known to suddenly accelerate without any input. Toyota has paid over $5 billion in fine, lawsuits and repairs, but the defects in its cars have not been fixed. Toyota is on probation for the next 3 years for lying to congress and defrauding consumers.

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