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Collision in Santa Ana intersection injures three, one critically

February 13, 2012 |  9:43 am

A late-night crash in Santa Ana left three men injured, one critically, after a car ran a red light, police said.

The crash occurred around 11:25 p.m. Sunday at McFadden Avenue and Flower Street, said Santa Ana police Cmdr. Tammy Franks.

A black 2010 Toyota Corolla traveling east on McFadden and a gray 1995 Mercury Cougar heading north on Flower collided, the Orange County Register reported. It was unclear which of the cars ran the red light, Franks said.

The Corolla driver was hospitalized with critical injuries, and the two men in the Cougar were treated for moderate injuries. Alcohol did not appear to be a factor, Franks said.

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