BUFFALO.NY (WIVB) - Buffalo Firefighters were called to a car accident Tuesday at the corner of Stockbridge and Westminster Avenues in the city's Kensington neighborhood. Fire officials say a car with three men in it struck a parked car and then hit a tree. The car hit the tree on the passenger side and all three men were injured.
Buffalo Fire Department Battalion Chief Mike Swanekamp said, "We have some significant injuries, one of the victims was significantly entrapped and required extensive extrication to remove him from the vehicle"
All three men were taken to Erie County Medical Center. There is no word at this time on the condition of any of the victims in the crash. Buffalo Police are now investigating the crash.
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