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Car strikes house in Manassas, 3 injured

A car hit the house in the 9100 block of Bayberry Avenue in Manassas about 4:30 a.m. Sunday, injuring three people, authorities said.

One of the home’s residents was critically injured and transported to the trauma center at Inova Fairfax Hospital via helicopter, said Manassas City Fire Battalion Chief Todd Lupton.

Lupton said another resident at the home and the driver of the car were taken to a local hospital as well. He couldn’t confirm whether police or fire personnel transported the driver to the hospital, adding that an investigation is ongoing to determine the cause of the crash. No charges have been filed.

Lupton said the car hit the front of the first floor of the house, and traveled through the home to the back wall of the house. Fire and rescue personnel shored up the house with wooden boards prevent it from collapsing and to conduct the investigation, he said.

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