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Man dies after car crashes in Cleveland's Public Square

Posted at 9:16 AM, Oct 14, 2017

A man has died following a single car crash at Cleveland's Public Square early Saturday morning, according to Cleveland police.

A supervisor with EMS told News 5 the man was transported to Luthern Hospital just after midnight in critical condition following the accident. Police say he succumbed to his injuries while at the hospital. 

A Twitter user streamed the moments following the crash live on Periscope.

According to the user, it appeared as though the driver hit a concrete planter located before the intersection at Public Square. 

The video showed the car on its side near the intersection of Superior Ave. and E. Roadway with several Cleveland policemen and firemen on the scene. 

News 5 has requested more information about the crash and driver involved. The story will be updated with additional information once it becomes available.