STAMFORD, Conn. — Four people were hospitalized following a car crash in Stamford Friday night, a release from the police department said.
The incident occurred when a Ford Focus travelling west on North State Street collided with a Mitsubishi Galant travelling north on Canal Street, the release said.
All of the people involved were transported to Norwalk Hospital.
The driver of the Mitsubishi, a 28-year-old Stamford resident, is being treated for non-life threatening injuries, and the two passengers in the vehicle are being treated for critical injuries, the release said.
The operator of the Ford, an 18-year-old Greenwich resident, also is being treated for non-life threatening injuries, the release said.
Investigators believe alcohol was a factor in the collision, the release said. No one has been charged.
Anyone with information can contact Officer Jeffery Booth or Sgt. Robert Monck in the Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Squad, 203-977-4712.
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