GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO/KJCT)-- A woman has been cited after allegedly crashing into the Greyhound bus station downtown.
It happened just before midnight August 13th, at the Greyhound station at 5th and Ute in downtown Grand Junction.
Grand Junction Police say this was caused by a woman who ran a red light, which caused another vehicle to hit her, and she then crashed into the station.
That's when the woman who ran the red light fled on foot.
We're told the damage was bad enough, the building has been deemed unsafe.
"It appears from the initial investigation that one vehicle was headed northbound on 5th street and disregarded the red light, causing another vehicle that was headed westbound to hit the back, and ultimately ended up spinning, and impacting the Greyhound building," said Spokesperson for GJPD, Heidi Davidson.
We're told there were no major injuries.
The woman is being charged with failure to remain on scene among other charges.