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Car accident in Youngstown leaves car flipped over, other car damaged

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - An accident on Oak Street and State Route 422 in Youngstown was reported on Wednesday afternoon.

Ambulance and fire trucks were on scene as one vehicle was flipped on to its side and the other with damage to the front bumper.

A crowd gathered to explain what they witnessed to police and paramedics treated one person on the scene with a neck brace.

Police are still investigating the cause of this accident and have no identified the people involved.

Stay with wfmj.com for more on this developing story, and watch 21 News at 6 p.m.

 

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