Four-car accident causes traffic problems for early morning drivers – Alvin Sun Advertiser

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A four-car accident which occurred on Thursday, Sept. 6 at 8 a.m. tied up traffic near the Johnson Street/FM2403 and State Highway 35 intersection for more than an hour.

The wreck occurred when one of the vehicles failed to stop for a red light. A 2000 Ford Taurus was traveling northbound on State Highway 35 approaching South Johnson Street.  Christine Kay Carroll, 18 of Angleton and a 16-year-old were both in this vehicle. Nancy Deanna Castorena, 23, Gizelle Bela Castorena and a minor child, all of Alvin, were in a 2006 Nissan Altima. Their vehicle was traveling southbound on South Johnson Street approaching State Highway 35.

A 2009 Buick Enclave was stopped at a red signal light on State Highway 35 in the left turn lane, facing southbound. Stacey Reed Griswold, 55, of Friendswood was the sole occupant of this vehicle. Melissa Ann Wilmarth, 24, of Houston was the driver of a 2007 Honda Accord. Tat vehicle was sitting behind the vehicle being driven by Griswold.

The Nissan, containing the Castorena family, proceeded through a green signal light at the intersection of South Johnson Street and State Highway 35. The Ford Taurus ran the red light striking the Castorena family vehicle0. The Nissan came to rest after spinning around and striking the Buick Enclave and the Honda Accord.

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