(St. George, UT)  --  St. George emergency crews had to use the Jaws of Life to free a woman after a 2-vehicle crash Wednesday afternoon.  Police say a teenage boy driving a GMC pickup ran a stop sign at the intersection of 3000 East and Seegmiller Drive and slammed into the Lincoln Navigator the woman was driving.  The SUV rolled twice before coming to rest on its roof.  The woman was wearing a seatbelt and was held in place while first responders worked to her out and before taking her to St. George Regional Hospital.  Police say the teen wasn't injured and was issued two citations.

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