A man allegedly running from the law may be at fault for causing a serious crash.
The wreck happened around 4 pm Tuesday afternoon at the intersection of 38th and Paris. Police say the driver of a Chevy Cavalier ran a stop sign and slammed into a van full of MHMR clients.
The driver of the van and a passenger were taken to Covenant Medical Center. EMS took the two men in the car to University Medical Center.
The cause of the crash is under investigation, however, police say the driver of the Cavalier may have been fleeing the scene of criminal mischief down the street.
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