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Police release details of crash near WSHS

A two-vehicle collision took place on the morning of March 20 at the intersection of Fourth and Ferguson outside Willow Springs High School, confirms the Willow Springs Police Department. A 911 call reported the call at 7:50 a.m. 
Tarah Davis, of Willow Springs, was traveling westbound and failed to yield at the intersection, according to the crash report by Officer Ryan McGinnis. She struck the passenger side of a northbound pickup truck driven by Zachary Perry of West Plains. After the collision, Davis’s vehicle rolled backwards into a utility pole. There were no utility service interruptions. 
Davis received a citation for failure to stop at a stop sign. 
Occupants of Davis’ vehicle suffered minor injuries and were transported from the scene by EMS. Perry was alone in the vehicle and suffered no injuries. 
Police Chief Wes Ellison confirms no students or pedestrians were injured in the crash. Willow Springs Ambulance and Fire Department responded to the scene. 
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