Two vehicles collided in a spectacular crash on Smith Street yesterday, causing this 1999 Ford to flip over.
Cops said that one person was injured in the 4:40 pm collision, but his injuries were not life-threatening.
According to a source at the 76th Precinct, a Lincoln Town Car was traveling northbound on Smith Street when the driver of the Ford, traveling westbound on Sackett Street, nailed him and flipped the car onto its roof.
The driver of the Ford told cops that he “had the stop sign,” and was slowly inching toward the intersection when he was struck by the Town Car. A witness told cops that the Town Car was speeding.
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