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Early morning crash leaves two injured

Posted at 9:16 AM, Jul 12, 2019

OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — An early morning crash at 120th & I Street involving three vehicles left two people injured.

Officers were called to the area around 6:15. An investigation determined that a 2000 Chevy Tahoe was driving northbound and violated the red light at I Street, causing a collision with a 1998 Ford F150 that was turning left onto southbound 120th Street. The impact of the collision forced the F150 across the intersection where it struck a 2015 Hyundai Sonata that was stopped at a red light.

The driver of the Chevy and the driver of the Ford were transported to Bergan Mercy via OFD medics. The crash is currently under investigation.

The driver of the Tahoe was Jasmine Walsh, she suffered a leg injury that is not life threatening. The driver of the F150 was Earl Perkins, he suffered abdominal and head injuries. He is in critical condition, but stable. The driver of the Sonata was uninjured.