Two people were injured in a traffic accident Wednesday afternoon in Jefferson City.
Emergency personnel responded at 1:43 p.m. Wednesday to the intersection of Southwest Boulevard and Woodclift Drive.
James White Jr., 84, of Jefferson City, was making a left turn from southbound Southwest Boulevard to eastbound Woodclift Drive when he collided with a vehicle driven by Donald Roark, 71, of Jefferson City, traveling northbound on Southwest Boulevard.
White was transported to a local hospital for treatment of injuries. Roark decided not to be transported by EMS.
Roark was wearing a seat belt, but White was not.
Both vehicles were damaged extensively.
The intersection was blocked in both directions for about 45 minutes while emergency crews worked on the scene, according to a Jefferson City Police Department news release.
2 injured in Southwest Boulevard crash