Police say an accident at the intersection of High and Field streets that briefly slowed down traffic Friday afternoon, Aug. 26 was caused when one of the two drivers involved ran a stop sign.

According to the accident report at the Belfast Police Department, Sidney Low, 68, of Belfast was headed east on High Street in a 2003 Saab at about 4:20 p.m. As Low passed by Field Street, 59-year-old Norma Bandong of Carson, Ca. was coming off Field Street and preparing to turn onto High Street in a 1999 Honda.

According to the report, Bandong did not make a complete stop at the end of Field Street and slammed into the passenger-side rear door and the rear quarter panel of Low’s vehicle. The impact from the collision sent Low’s car spinning and the Saab came to rest facing the direction it had originally come from.

While attendants with the Belfast Ambulance Service responded to the scene along with Belfast firefighters, Belfast Detective Sgt. Bryan Cunningham said no one was transported to the hospital. Neither of the drivers, nor Bandong’s passenger — 74-year-old Francisco Bandong — sustained serious injuries in the accident.

Both vehicles were towed due to debilitating damage, according to the report.