Law enforcement officials report a serious traffic accident on Northeast 15th Avenue that left a teenager critically injured.
According to the news release by authorities, they say the accident happened on Northeast 15th Avenue where a teen had just gotten off a bus and was walking on the sidewalk when two vehicles crashed on the road in front of him. One of the vehicles, a Ford Mustang, lost control and struck the teenager after the initial collision, pinning the teen to a pole.
EMS arrived to the scene of the accident soon after it happened to administer first aid to the injured victims. Emergency crews reported that the teen was critically injured. The driver of the Mustang suffered various injuries in the wreck.
The second driver involved in the accident was not injured and remained at the scene of the crash while the two injured victims were taken to the hospital by ambulance. The teen remained in critical condition after he arrived to the hospital.
They say the incident is still under investigation and no further details were released.
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