CLEVELAND — The Accident Investigative Unit of the Cleveland Division of Police is investigating a two-car crash near Downtown Cleveland Monday.
The crash happened at 5:12 a.m. at the intersection of East 30th Street and Woodland Avenue.
East 30th southbound closed at Community College for a crash at E30 and Woodland. Witness says the car was north on E30 and ran the red light. Driver of the car had to be cut out by CFD. That person was alert and talking to EMS and CFD. Driver of the truck seemed ok. pic.twitter.com/PyaK8b95mU— Mike Vielhaber (@MVielhaber) January 24, 2022
According to a witness at the scene who spoke to a News 5 photojournalist, a gray car was traveling northbound on East 30th Street and ran a red light, crashing into a black truck.
The driver of the car, identified as an adult male, had to be cut out from the car by the Cleveland Division of Fire.
The passenger door was also removed to get the driver out.
The male driver of the car was treated at the scene by EMS and transported to MetroHealth Medical Center in serious condition.
East 30th Street southbound from Community College is closed.
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