GLENDALE, Ariz. - Multiple people, including a mother and her 7-year-old son, were injured in a two-car crash Wednesday morning at a Glendale intersection.
According to police, the crash happened on Aug. 25 at the intersection of 57th Drive and Grand Avenue. A brown car was driving northwest down Grand when it crashed into a red car, which was turning left off Grand onto 57th Drive, according to police.
Witnesses told officers the driver of the brown car had driven through a red light before the crash happened.
A mother and her 7-year-old son were in the brown car, police say. The child has life-threatening injuries but is currently in stable condition, while his mother is in serious condition.
The driver of the red car was also hospitalized but was conscious and alert while speaking with police.
The U.S. 60 has been reopened.
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