Teen driver runs red light and causes intersection collision

A 67 year old housekeeper was on her way to her second job on Connecticut Avenue when a another car ran a red light.  A teenage driver decided she couldn't be bothered to stop at the red light.  After running the light, this driver "T-Boned" the housekeeper's car.  The teenage driver on her way home from an exclusive private school (driving her father's car).   The cars were totaled and the housekeeper taken by ambulance to the hospital.

An MRI and CT scan showed the force of the collision with the young driver herniated a disk in the housekeeper's neck.  She was hospitalized and underwent a cervical fusion.  After therapy and rehab for the neck injury, the case was settled for an undisclosed amount with the father's insurance company.