CLEVELAND - At least seven people are recovering after two separate crashes overnight in Cleveland.
Cleveland paramedics tell NewsChannel5 two cars collided along the 2200 block of East 89th Street between Cedar Avenue and Quincy Avenue.
Paramedics rushed four people to MetroHealth Medical Center with injuries.
One man remains in critical condition, while the three occupants of the second vehicle are recovering in stable condition.
On the city's west side, Cleveland police and paramedics also responded to a two car crash at the intersection of West Boulevard and Clinton Road.
Three people were injured in the wreck, one of them critically.
All three patients were taken to MetroHealth Medical Center.