Wayland Police say an unlicensed Framingham man ran a red light this morning, colliding with another car and causing minor injuries to himself and the female driver of the other vehicle.
At 6:32 a.m. Friday, police and fire personnel responded to calls reporting a head-on collision at the intersection of Routes 126 and 27 (Old Connecticut Path and Cochituate Road, respectively), south of Sandy Burr Country Club.
Police Lt. Pat Swanick said the police report indicates that a Toyota Camry, driven by Jose Docarmo of Framingham, was traveling north on Old Connecticut Path when it failed to stop at a red light and collided with a Hyundai Sonata, operated by a female driver, traveling south on Cochituate Road.
Wayland Fire Chief Vinnie Smith said Wayland ambulance crews transported the female driver to Metrowest Medical Center in Framingham with a facial laceration and face and rib pain.
Weston Fire ambulance crews transported Docarmo to the same hospital, but the nature of his injuries was not immediately available.
Both patients required only basic ambulance services, not paramedics, according to Smith.
Docarmo, police say, will be summonsed for unlicensed operation and running a red light.
Swanick said both vehicles were towed, and the scene was cleared in about 30 minutes.