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No one injured after Hyundai rolls over in St. Charles home's front yard

Shaw Media file photo
Shaw Media file photo

ST. CHARLES – No one was injured after a two-car crash Friday afternoon at a St. Charles intersection resulted in one vehicle rolling over in a front yard.

A 29-year-old St. Charles woman was driving a 2009 Nissan Sentra south just after 4:45 p.m. Friday on Seventh Avenue in St. Charles when she struck a vehicle that failed to yield at a stop sign, St. Charles Police Deputy Chief Dave Kintz said. There was also a 28-year-old man in her car.

James Stallman, 67, of St. Charles, was driving a 2015 Hyundai Santa Fe west on Moore Avenue in St. Charles when he failed to yield to the stop sign at the intersection of Seventh Avenue and Moore Avenue, pulling out in front of the Nissan.

The woman's car struck the rear passenger corner of Stallman's vehicle, causing it to hit a stop sign and roll into a front yard.

There were no injuries following the incident, Kintz said.

Stallman was cited for failing to yield at a stop sign.

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