A woman gets transported to the hospital after a three-vehicle accident Friday afternoon at the intersection of King and Main Street.
A black car, driven by Laurie Cisneros was traveling east on the 100 block Main Street when she failed to stop at a red light. Cisneros had her 11-year-old daughter in the passenger seat who was visibly shaken up at the scene.
Edmundo Garza was driving northbound in a white Ford F350 when he slammed into Cisneros' vehicle.
According to Officer Rene Garcia, the impact sent Cisneros' car into a black Chevy Silverado traveling southbound.
Glass and broken plastic parts were scattered on the road.
The Silverado was driven by Celeste Cervantes. Cervantes' vehicle t-boned the black car, said police official.
Cervantes' complained of pain and was taken to the local hospital. She was traveling with her two children.
EMS checked out Cisneros and her daughter at the scene. They had no visible injuries.
Cisneros' was cited for disregarding a red light and no insurance.