CLEVELAND - A one car crash on Kinsman Road in Cleveland sent one man to the hospital just after 1:30 a.m. Wednesday.
The driver was eastbound on Kinsman Road in the 10800 block when he lost control, crossed the westbound lanes and crashed into a utility pole.
The crash nearly tore the car in two. The driver had to be cut from the car, according to Cleveland firefighters.
Cleveland EMS transported the driver to MetroHealth Medical Center, where he is listed in stable condition.
Cleveland police said they made an arrest but did not specify whether the arrested person was the driver of the car.
The crash was so severe that pieces of the car were thrown nearly 60 feet away, landing in front of a business.
The utility pole was broken but still standing. Crews from Cleveland Public Power were at the scene to begin work to fix the pole.
No other cars were involved in the crash.
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