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Riverside resident in grave condition after early Sunday morning crash

A 25-year-old Riverside resident driving a speeding sports car early Sunday was in grave condition after the Nissan 350z struck two trees on Magnolia Avenue in the city, police said.
Police and city firefighters were called to the scene in the 7000 block of Magnolia just before 1:30 a.m., a Riverside police news release said. The area is just southwest of Arlington Avenue.


The driver and a passenger were treated at the scene and taken to a hospital.
The driver, who was not identified other than age and hometown, apparently lost control of the car, described as speeding when the crash occurred, police said.
Riverside Police spokesman Ryan Railsback said Sunday afternoon the driver was in grave condition. The passenger was expected to survive.
The crash is being reviewed department’s major accident investigation team. Anyone with information is asked to call Riverside Police traffic detective Greg Matthews at 951-826-8724.
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