Palm Beach Post Staff Writer
JUPITER — The driver of a Mitsubishi sedan that allegedly ran a stop sign and crashed into a Ford Explorer in Jupiter this morning has been issued a summons to appear in court for driving without a license, a police spokesman said.
The two-vehicle accident that took place at the intersection of South Central and University boulevards sent three people to the hospital this morning.
Palm Beach County Fire Rescue and Jupiter Police responded to reports of a crash at 6:56 a.m. today, and found the white Ford Explorer resting on its roof on arrival. A second vehicle, the Mitsubishi, received front-end damage.
The driver of the Mitsubishi received two citations – one for failing to stop at a Stop sign, and another for driving without a valid driver’s license – said Sgt. Scott Pascarella, spokesman for Jupiter Police.
Two people were taken to St. Mary’s Medical Center in West Palm Beach with minor injuries, said fire-rescue spokesman Capt. Don DeLucia.
He said a third person was taken to Jupiter Medical Center, also with minor injuries.