A collision just before 1 p.m. Saturday at Thomas Road and 68th Street in Scottsdale left two drivers injured.
Scottsdale police said Delores R. Robbins, 58, of Phoenix, ran a red light while traveling east on Thomas Road in her Ford Focus and collided with Clyde H. Raymon, 84, of Scottsdale as he drove his Toyota Camry south on 68th Street through the intersection.
Police said Raymon had been wearing a seat belt and the airbag deployed. He was treated and released from Scottsdale Healthcare Osborn hospital. Robbins, who hadn't been wearing a seat belt, broke her arms and legs and suffered head trauma. Police said alcohol appeared to be a factor in the collision.
Charges against Robbins are pending, police said.
The intersection was closed for several hours Saturday afternoon and reopened just after 5:30 p.m.