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Anyone trying to get through downtown Beeville near the Bee County Courthouse Wednesday afternoon realized it would not be an easy task. The problem was that a traffic light pole was broken in a collision that occurred at the intersection of South Washington and West Houston streets. The accident happened at about 12:36 p.m., according to a report filed by Patrolman Salvadore Sanchez. A 2008 Toyota pickup driven by 76-year-old Wayne Reagan Jordan failed to stop at a red light as it was traveling south on South Washington Street and collided with a 2004 Ford pickup driven by 79-year-old Ralph Ronald Sutherland, according to the report. There was a 64-year-old man in the pickup with Sutherland. At least one of those involved in the accident was taken by Angel Care Ambulance Service to Christus Spohn Hospital  Beeville. The broken utility pole caused Beeville Police Department officers to shut down traffic near that intersection for some time until repairs could be made.

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Anyone trying to get through downtown Beeville near the Bee County Courthouse Wednesday afternoon realized it would not be an easy task. The problem was that a traffic light pole was broken in a collision that occurred at the intersection of South Washington and West Houston streets. The accident happened at about 12:36 p.m., according to a report filed by Patrolman Salvadore Sanchez. A 2008 Toyota pickup driven by 76-year-old Wayne Reagan Jordan failed to stop at a red light as it was traveling south on South Washington Street and collided with a 2004 Ford pickup driven by 79-year-old Ralph Ronald Sutherland, according to the report. There was a 64-year-old man in the pickup with Sutherland. At least one of those involved in the accident was taken by Angel Care Ambulance Service to Christus Spohn Hospital Beeville. The broken utility pole caused Beeville Police Department officers to shut down traffic near that intersection for some time until repairs could be made. Bill Clough photo
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