Car rolls over on Sheridan Street

On Tuesday afternoon a three vehicle accident that included a car rolling on its side ended with minor injuries.
The Ely Police Department received a radio call from dispatch at 4:09 p.m. advising of a motor vehicle accident with unknown injuries had occurred at the intersection of Sheridan Street and Eighth Avenue East.
The report stated there were three vehicles involved and one was laying on its side. Ely ambulance and first responders were dispatched as a precaution.
Upon arrival, all three drivers were out of the vehicles and only reporting soreness from the crash. All three were the sole occupants in the vehicles.
There was a grey Chevy Impala facing south sitting on Eighth Avenue north of Sheridan Street that had sustained front end damage. There was a black Subaru Outback laying on its side right at the intersection that appeared to have slid into the Impala causing the front-end damage. There was also a beige Toyota Camry in the intersection facing west that sustained heavy front-end damage from apparently striking the Subaru Outback in the passenger side.
The driver of the Subaru Outback, Christopher Schneider, of Ely, had been traveling north on Eighth Avenue and stopped at the south side of the intersection with Sheridan Street and began crossing failing to see the Toyota Camry traveling west driven by Leah Warwas, of Eveleth.
The Camry struck the passenger side of the Outback causing it to flip on its side and it slid into the front of an Impala driven by Theresa Harris Ely. Her vehicle was sitting stationary at the time waiting at the intersection.
Schneider stated he simply did not see the other vehicle coming down Sheridan.
All parties spoke with ambulance personnel at the scene but none were transported. Warwas’ and Schneider’s vehicles were towed by Tony’s towing at their request.
The Chevy Impala driven by Harris was able to be driven from the scene.