CINCINNATI - Cincinnati Police say alcohol may have been a factor in a crash that left four people injured.
That crash happened about 2:30 Saturday morning in the 1900 block of River Road.
Police say Chris Walker was driving west on River Road when he lost control of his car, veered off the road and struck a bridge support.
Walker sustained serious injuries in the crash and is in serious condition at University Hospital. He was not wearing a seatbelt.
Walker told police that he and his passengers were coming from a downtown nightclub prior to the crash.
Three female passengers were also hurt in the crash. One of the women, Kimberly Flanigan, sustained life threatening injuries and is in critical condition at University Hospital. Police say Flanigan was sitting in the front seat and was wearing her seatbelt at the time of the crash.
Two others, Lindsey Walker and Deanna Walker-Russell, are both at University Hospital in stable condition. Walker was not wearing her seatbelt. Walker-Russell was wearing a seatbelt.
Cincinnati Police Traffic Unit is still investigating the crash and ask that anyone who may have witnessed the crash call the unit at (513) 352-2514.
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