Eight people were injured after a crash in southeast Dallas early Sunday.
According to the Dallas County Sheriff's Department, deputies were dispatched to a major accident at the intersection of Westbound CF Hawn Freeway and St. Augustine Drive at about 1:06 a.m.
Officials said when deputies arrived, they saw multiple Dallas Police Department units and two wrecked vehicles at the scene.
The first vehicle, 1999 black Chevrolet Silverado, struck a pole at the intersection, deputies said.
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The second vehicle, a 2015 gray Nissan Pathfinder, was farther down the service road, about 50 feet west of St. Augustine Road.
Deputies think the crash occurred when the Chevrolet drove through the red light at the intersection and hit the Nissan at a high speed.
When deputies approached to the Chevrolet, they saw a woman laying on the sidewalk beside the vehicle. The woman appeared to be severely burned but was responsive, deputies said.
Dallas Fire-Rescue took the woman to Parkland Memorial Hospital in critical condition.
Before deputies arrived, the driver and a second passenger of the Chevrolet had been transported to Parkland and Baylor Scott and White University Medical Center, respectively.
Deputies said when they approached the Nissan, they saw a man on his back on the curb of the Sunoco gas station in the 9500 block of CF Hawn.
The man, who told deputies he was the driver of the Nissan, was transported to Baylor Scott and White.
Dallas police told deputies there were four other occupants of the Nissan who were in the parking lot waiting on ambulances.
Officials said the driver of the Chevrolet was hospitalized, police said Feb. 24 that previous charges of intoxication assault with a vehicle causing serious bodily injury were dropped against the 21-year-old driver.
Editor's Note: The name of the driver of the Chevrolet has been removed from this article since the Dallas County Sheriff's Office said he has not been charged with a crime in connection with the incident.