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Two injured in northwest Charlotte crash

(Micah Smith | WBTV) (Micah Smith | WBTV)

Two people were injured in a crash in northwest Charlotte early Wednesday morning. 

Charlotte-Mecklenburg police say it happened around 4:13 a.m. on Brookshire Boulevard at Lawton Road. One vehicle was turning left and pulled out in front of another vehicle. The other vehicle had the right of way and T-boned the first vehicle, according to police.

CMPD says alcohol does not appear to be a factor. 

Medic took two people to the hospital with minor injuries. 

Traffic signals were down in the area for a time. 

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