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Texting driver causes crash in SLO, police say

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A crash on Grand Avenue and Loomis Street in SLO was caused by a driver who was texting, police say. (photo: @slopdchief) A crash on Grand Avenue and Loomis Street in SLO was caused by a driver who was texting, police say. (photo: @slopdchief)

Police say a crash Wednesday in San Luis Obispo is another example of what can happen while texting and driving.

The crash happened around 5:00 p.m. at Grand Avenue and Loomis Street near the southbound entrance to Highway 101.

Police say one of the drivers was texting prior to the crash.

No one was hurt but both cars had major damage.

The driver reportedly texting was ticketed. 

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