News: Driver hurt in crash after running red light in Philadelphia, police say

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PHILADELPHA, PA – Two drivers were injured when their vehicles were part of a chain-reaction crash in North Philadelphia Tuesday afternoon, CBS Philly reports.

The scene of the accident was the intersection of Old York Road and West Erie Avenue. Authorities say the driver of a Toyota Camry ran a red light and caused a crash that involved at least three vehicles, including a tractor-trailer.

The Toyota’s driver was critically injured and transported to Temple University Hospital. The driver of a Ford SUV involved in the accident was hospitalized in stable condition.

The wreck caused heavy traffic delays in the area.

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