Omaha, NE — A car crashed along Center Street in Omaha this past Wednesday (July 1, 2015) and two young men were injured. Police said that Jorden Johnson and Maurice Buckley, both 19, were injured when Buckley lost control of his car on Wednesday night around 10:00 p.m.
According to their reports, Buckley was driving his Toyota Avalon along Center Street with Johnson as a passenger last night when he lost ontrol near 67th Street for unknown reasons.
His car swerved off the roadway and crashed into a fence made of brick, then hit a light pole.
Jorden Johnson, who may not have been wearing a seat belt, was hurt by the accident and had to be taken to a hospital for treatement.
Maurice Buckley was also injured and transported to a hospital. Right now, however, it’s hard to say what caused Buckley to lose control of his car that night.
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Map of the Accident
View from the Road
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