Police save 4 from burning car in Brookfield
October 30, 2010 (BROOKFIELD, Ill.) (WLS) -- Police rescued four victims of a fiery car crash in west suburban Brookfield early Saturday morning.
Firefighters say the car left the road, hit a curb, struck a tree and burst into flames at Oak and Shields avenues.
Police who arrived first on the scene pulled the four occupants out of the burning car.
The victims are all in their twenties. Three were transported to a hospital on advanced life support. The other was on basic life support.
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