Rochester man hurt in Thursday crash

From staff reports

A 53-year-old Rochester man was hurt Thursday morning in a car accident in northwest Rochester.

Sacir Zulic was taken to Saint Marys Hospital after the accident, but his condition was unavailable this morning.

Zulic was pulling out onto 37th Street Northwest from a grocery store parking lot, intending to head west, when he collided with an eastbound car driven by Jonathan Passe, 34, of Rochester. Passe wasn't injured.

Zulic was issued a citation for failure to yield the right-of-way, according to Rochester Police Capt. Brian Winters.

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