A 21-year-old woman on Wednesday was extricated from a vehicle and sent to a hospital after a collision at the intersection of First Street and Southfront Road, officials said.
The collision appears to be due to the woman — who was driving a Saturn northbound on First Street at about 40 to 50 mph — entering the intersection during a red light, Livermore Police Sgt. Kevin Santin said.
The Saturn was blindsided by a Ford F-150 truck, which was traveling eastbound on Southfront Road, Santin said.
Emergency crews were sent to the area at around 11:30 a.m.
The driver of the truck suffered minor injuries.
The woman driving the Saturn was sent to Eden Medical Center in Castro Valley with moderate injuries, officials said. Her condition is unknown at this time, Santin said.