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5 injured teens & # 39 ;, 2 critical, after the vehicle leaves the road in the area & # 39; Vaughan


Five teens were injured, two b & # 39; critical way, after a vehicle out of a road and hit a tree in the area & # 39; Vaughan late Tuesday.

Two teenagers suffered threatening injuries for life. Young one was seriously injured, while the remaining two suffered minor injuries in the fall of one vehicle, according to the Regional Police York.

All five, between the ages of & # 39; 15 and 17, were in & # 39; one vehicle traveling west on King Vaughan Road, closer to Kipling Avenue, when it left the road "for unknown reason "near sharp curve and hit a tree, police said.

The police were called to the scene at 11: 57 The crash witnesses are encouraged to submit.

Regional Police York says trying to determine why the vehicle left the road. (Tony Smyth / CBC)

Three teenagers were fastest in the Health Sciences Center & # 39; SUNNYBROOK, while the other two were taken in Mackenzie Richmond Hill Hospital.

Police said two boys, the ages of 15 and 16, of Vaughan, currently in a hospital in & # 39; critical condition, while a girl, 16, of Vaughan, suffered serious injuries but not threatening life.

Girl, 17, a & # 39; Vaughan, who was driving the vehicle, and a son, 16, suffered minor injuries.

Part of the edge & # 39; front of the vehicle, a blue Kia Sportage 2009, broke in the crash, the windshield & # 39; disappeared in front of her. The vehicle came to rest in & # 39; a short distance from the road.

Officials are trying to determine the cause of the crash.

Impairment does not appear to feature

Det. David POZZOBON, the Regional Police York, said early Wednesday that police are looking at whether dangerous driving was a factor.

He said it appears that m & # 39; there is no sign of & # 39; impairment.

Not charged fees.

Two Regional Police vehicles York parked near the scene of a serious crash in the area of ​​Vaughan. (Tony Smyth / CBC)

On the scene after the crash, Sgt. Andrew Bell, told reporters that the road turn in the area where the collision occurred.

"The road has quite a strong turn south and then correct back," he said. "Again & # 39 others; it is to speculate why the incident occurred, but I'm sure he could & # 39; & # 39 was a factor, impact."

Vaughan King Road, was closed from Kipling Avenue to Mill Road as officials investigated, again & # 39; opened.

Each witness still had not spoken with the police or to a video of the dashboard camera is encouraged to call the main unit of the police investigation into collision & # 39; 1-866-876-5423, ext. 7704, or call the Crime Stoppers b & # 39; anonymous way f'1-800-222 TIPS.

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