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UPDATE: Two hurt in car crash in northern Sioux Falls

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UPDATE: Police say the injured driver is still hospitalized with head and neck injuries.  Police believe that speed and alcohol were factors in the collision, and are waiting for blood test results. Friday morning, investigators closed off the intersection to to reconstruct the accident.   Police will try to determine how fast both women were driving at the time of the accident.  The driver of the Buick Century went through a flashing red light when struck by the driver of a 2007 Mitsubishi.

Two people were injured, one of them seriously, after a two-vehicle crash in Sioux Falls.

Police say it happened Thursday night just before 11:00 p.m. at the intersection of Madison St. and Terry Ave.

When officers arrived, they found both vehicles in a field on the northwestern corner of the intersection. One of the vehicles, a 1994 Buick Century, had rolled, coming to a rest on its top. The driver of that vehicle, a 36-year-old woman from Sioux Falls, was thrown from the car.

Both drivers were transported to a local hospital for treatment. Police say the driver of the vehicle that rolled is in life-threatening condition. The driver of the other car, a 25-year-old woman also from Sioux Falls, received non-life-threatening injuries.

The names of victims have not been released.

Sioux Falls Fire Rescue and Rural Metro Ambulance also assisted in the call.

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