No injuries in two-car accident on Kenai Spur

No injuries in Kenai collision

A two-car accident at the intersection of Kenai’s Main Street Loop Road and the Kenai Spur Highway drew responders from the Kenai Police and Fire Departments around 2:30 p.m Wednesday. A black Dodge turning left onto the highway from Main Street Loop was struck by a white Ford that was running a red light through the intersection, according to Kenai Police Lieutenant Ben Langham.

“Both drivers were assessed at the scene and released without injuries,” Langham said. There were no passengers in either vehicle.

Kenai police restricted traffic for about a half hour, Langham said, but still allowed cars to pass.

— Staff report

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