SPOKANE, Wash. - Two drivers were hospitalized after a T-Bone crash Thursday morning on a major arterial on Spokane's South Hill.
It happened shortly before 7:00 a.m. at 36th and Regal. According to police, the driver of an SUV going west on 36th ran a stop sign and was T-Boned by a Honda traveling north on Regal.
Neither driver was seriously injured, but both complained of neck and back injuries.
Northbound traffic on Regal had to be re-routed for more than an hour as crews worked to clear the scene.
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