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Crash on Coursey Blvd. leaves 90-year-old in critical condition

BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) -

A three vehicle crash on Coursey Blvd. around 1:30 p.m. Thursday left a 90-year-old woman in critical condition and the other two drivers with minor to moderate injuries.

Baton Rouge Police say the 90-year-old woman, driving a Toyota Camry, was trying to turn from Coursey Blvd. onto American Way when she was hit by a Honda Accord traveling east bound on Coursey Blvd.

The Camry then hit an Infinity SUV that had stopped at the stop sign on American Way and Coursey Blvd.

The 90-year-old was taken to the hospital and was listed in critical condition.

The investigation into the crash is ongoing.

No names have been released.

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