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Two-Car Accident In Bells Leaves Driver Upset

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BELLS, TX -- It was a scary ride for a Savoy woman when another vehicle rammed into the back of her car on an exit ramp.

The crash happened around 5 p.m. on a ramp from Highway 82 onto Highway 69. Police say that's where a blue car hit the back of a white car.

That driver who was turning toward Bells tells us she was shook up and upset about the damage to a car she'd just bought in February.

"I'm just glad I wasn't hurt but I'm sick because that was a new Toyota," says driver Margaret Frailicks. "It just shook. It's awful getting hit from behind."

Police say the other driver from Bells was ticketed for an expired license and not having insurance. No one was hurt. The blue car was towed away. Its front bumper popped off in the crash.