Investigators from Cedar City Police Department report no serious injures resulted from a collision of two vehicles that closed traffic on Cedar City's second busiest street.

A 4-door sedan collided with a mini-van at the intersection of 200 North and 300 West, sending the sedan across the curb, over the side walk and dangerously close to a nearby business.

Responding officers report both drivers walked away from the crash with only minor bumps.

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