SOUTH OGDEN -- One man was taken to the hospital after two vehicles collided Friday morning at 4000 S. Riverdale Road.
South Ogden police say a 2001 Dodge Durango driven by a 41-year-old man was traveling east from Wall Avenue to 4000 South when it struck a 1989 Ford Taurus driven by a 24-year-old man and headed north on Riverdale Road.
The vehicles collided in the intersection, forcing both vehicles to the northeast corner of the intersection.
The impact forced the driver of the Taurus into the front passenger side.
Officers determined he was not wearing his seat belt, police said in a new release.
The driver of the Taurus had to be extricated from the car by fire personnel. He was transported to Ogden Regional Medical Center.
The driver of the Durango and his 3-month-old daughter were uninjured, the news release states.
Officers concluded the Taurus entered the intersection on a red light, causing the accident. The driver received a citation.