UPDATE: Four teens injured in crash on 114th Street

UPDATE: Four teens injured in crash on 114th Street

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Four teenagers were hurt in a crash on 114th Street east of Indiana Monday evening.

According to Lubbock police, one of those teens lost control of the car headed westbound and drove into oncoming traffic. A pickup driver headed east tried to stop but couldn't. 

The 18-year-old driver and 17-year-old front passenger in the car who had moderate injuries were released from the hospital. The two 16-year-olds who were in the back seat remain in the hospital. One is in stable condition and  the other is in critical condition.

The pickup driver wasn't badly hurt. 

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