Tulsa Police are investigating a rollover crash that left a car pinned to a building this morning. 2 Works for you reporter Ashley Holt was live near the corner of East Third Street and South Rockford Ave. with the details.
TULSA - Police are investigating why a car crashed into a building in midtown Wednesday morning.
Officers say around 2:30 a.m. a car was driving westbound on the 1500 block of East 3rd Street at a high speed.
Eventually, the car went off the road, turned on its side and ended up pinned to a building.
There were two women and one man in the car.
Two of the people got out of the car on their own. The third person's legs were trapped, and had to be rescued by police.
No one's injuries are expected to be life threatening.
Police are not calling out Advanced Traffic Investigators since the injuries are non-life threatening.
Officers don't believe alcohol was factor.
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