Report says a 9-year-old boy was in a critical condition after a car plowed into a home in the neighborhood of Flagami.

It was reported that the single-vehicle accident close to West Flagler Street in Flagami. Four people were injured in the crash. The accident happened when the driver of the vehicle, described as a 37-year-old woman, lost control of the vehicle.

She was speeding on West Flagler Street when she lost control and slammed into the wall of a home.

Eyewitnesses revealed she was unconscious and trapped inside the car after the accident occurred. It was reported that that driver was the only one that was wearing a seat belt in the car. Her passengers which were her sons. They were not wearing seat belts.

She and three boys, between the ages of 14 years and 9, were seriously injured and transported to the hospital.

All were said to be in critical condition. No one was struck in the neighborhood.

Police is actively investigating the crash and no charge has been filed yet.

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