Officials reported that two teenagers sustained injuries, along with three other people, when a Mini Cooper crashed on Northwest 7th Avenue.

Authorities said the 19-year-old male driver lost control of the 2003 Mini Cooper on Northwest 7th Avenue. The collision occurred when the teen attempted a turn onto the roadway. According to police, the car veered off the left side of the road, where it hit a light post and overturned.

The driver sustained minor injuries and was released at the scene. An 18-year-old male passenger sustained moderate injuries. Paramedics transported him to the nearest hospital.

A 20-year-old female, a 21-year-old female, and a 22-year-old male sustained varying degrees of injuries in the crash. The two teenagers were wearing seat belts, but the other two were not. It is unknown at the time of reporting this incident if the fifth individual wore a safety belt.

Police are investigating the accident.

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