Lincoln Fire and Rescue responded to a two-car collision on Hwy 77 and Warlick Blvd around 8 p.m. Tuesday.
The crash involved a four door car and a truck. Police say the car was traveling south on Highway 77 and the truck was traveling north on 77. The truck turned left in front of the car, causing the crash.
Lincoln Police Captain Danny Reitan said LFR had cut the roof off of the car in order to get one male passenger out. Reitan said he was taken to the Bryan West with life-threatening injuries.
Reitan added the man and woman in the truck were also taken to Bryan West with non-life threatening injuries.
Police haven't issued any citations yet.
LPD said the intersection will stay closed while crews investigate the cause of the crash.
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