INDIANAPOLIS - Two crash victims were hospitalized in critical condition after their car crashed into a tree early Monday morning on the city's northeast side.
Indianapolis police (IMPD) said early Monday, sometime after 3 a.m., a car carrying three people wrecked when it hit a tree in the area of East 36th Street near North Rural Street (see map below).
Officers on the scene said the car was speeding.
Rescue crews had to cut two of the three passengers out of the car. Those two were taken to the hospital.
The third person in the car was treated for minor injuries at the scene of the crash, IMPD said.
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