Racine Police responded to a two-car crash with at least one person being injured at 12:06 p.m. Friday on 12th and Racine streets.

A maroon 2004 Jeep with Illinois plates that has front end damage left the scene. But Mount Police were out with the driver of that vehicle. Officers had to shut down traffic on Racine Street between 12th and 13th streets. The woman driving the Jeep allegedly crashed into an Impala, which is up on the sidewalk. A person in that Impala got out of the vehicle, but at least one person has been injured.

We’ll keep you posted on the details.


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