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A police accident occurred in the intersection of Hauptstrasse and Fuchsstadter Strasse in Winterhausen on Friday afternoon, in which one person sustained minor injuries.

A 46-year-old drove a VW on Fuchsstadter Strasse and crossed the main road straight towards Brcke. Here the driver disregarded the right of way of a 33-year-old who had driven the main road towards Wrzburg with her Daimler Chrysler.

The 33-year-old suffered minor injuries from the impact. Damage of around 2500 and 1500 euros was incurred on the vehicles involved, according to the police report.

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