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UPDATE: Three Hurt in CR Car Crash

   At least two people are now hurt in Cedar Rapids after a car crash into a power pole.
   Officials say it happened around 8pm (Monday, October 28th) on 5th Avenue Southeast near 22nd Street.
   Authorities believe a car going eastbound left the road, hit the pole, and flipped.
   Two people were taken to the hospital in an ambulance with what looked like serious injuries.
   One person appeared to be uninjured.
   Power was knocked out in the area.

UPDATE: The driver of the vehicle was 19-year-old Lewis McColley, of Cedar Rapids. Lafayette Hampton, 15, and Kegan Borden, 15, were both in the vehicle at the time of the crash. Police tell CBS 2 that the car sheared off a part of a utility pole. All three people were taken to the hospital. There conditions are unknown at this time. The crash is still under investigation and no charges have been filed yet.
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