The driver of an early morning crash near Nebraska Wesleyan University has been upgraded to serious condition.
Emergency crews were called to the intersection of N. 50th and Huntington Ave for a two vehicle crash about 2:30 Saturday morning.
One witness tells 10/11 News she heard the crash and went outside to investigate. She called 911 when she saw two cars on the sidewalk.
The witness said two women were getting out of one vehicle but the driver of the second car was not conscious and did not respond to their yelling at him through the window. The women and witness tried but could not get the doors to open.
Police and fire crews arrived and transported the man to Bryan West Campus with life threatening injuries. He has since been upgraded to serious condition .The two women did not seek medical attention.
Police believe one vehicle was traveling eastbound on Huntington and the other was going north on 50th. The northbound vehicle appears not to have stopped for the stop sign.
Police are continuing to investigate what caused the crash.
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