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PHOENIX -- A reporter and cameraman at a Phoenix television station are being treated for injuries after their news vehicle collided with an SUV at a city intersection.

Station employees said weekend evening anchor Kim Covington was taken to a Phoenix hospital for treatment.

Phoenix police said it appeared the SUV failed to yield at a stop sign about 10:30 a.m. Tuesday and hit the KPNX-TV news van.

Police said the van rolled into oncoming traffic and was hit by another vehicle.

Photo journalist Michael Falvo was treated by paramedics at the scene and was being evaluated by doctors.

Police said the unidentified driver of the SUV could be cited in the accident.

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