A woman was extricated from a vehicle following a collision Friday morning in north Leavenworth, a police spokesman said.
The woman was taken to the hospital for minor injuries. The accident was reported at 7:25 a.m. Friday at Sixth and Pawnee streets.
A 30-year-old Fort Leavenworth man was driving east on Pawnee Street in a 2003 Chevrolet pickup when he allegedly ran a stop sign, according to Maj. Dan Nicodemus, deputy chief of the Leavenworth Police Department.
The truck collided with a southbound 2002 Toyota Camry Solara, which was driven by a 19-year-old Fort Leavenworth woman.
"She had some cuts from broken glass on her arm," Nicodemus said.
She was extricated from the vehicle by members of the Leavenworth Fire Department and transported to Saint Luke's Cushing Hospital by Leavenworth County EMS.
The driver of the pickup was cited by police for allegedly failing to stop at a stop sign and having no proof of insurance.