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Woman injured in midtown collision

By KTVA CBS 11 News 6:05 PM August 7, 2014

Anchorage police responded to a wreck at the intersection of 36th Avenue and A Street early Thursday evening.

Officers say a Jeep Cherokee ran a red light and was hit in the intersection by another vehicle. The Jeep overturned and a woman from the vehicle has been taken to a local hospital.

Traffic delays should be expected, police said.

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