Driver cited after crash in front of high school
ROSEBURG, Ore. -- Authorities say there were no serious injuries in a morning crash in front of Roseburg High School Monday morning.
At around 9:00 am, police responded to a two-vehicle crash on Harvard Avenue in front of the high school.
Sgt. Aaron Dunbar with the Roseburg Police Department told KPIC News a green Honda was eastbound on Harvard, when the driver became distracted by something inside the car.
Police say the driver looked away from the road, drifted into oncoming traffic and crashed into a Chevrolet pickup that was westbound.
Medical crews came to check the condition of the people involved, but authorities said there were no significant injuries.
The driver of the Honda has been cited for careless driving.