Surveillance video shows deadly overnight crash in Phoenix

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Firefighters said the three people who were hurt was taken to the hospital and are critical condition. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5) Firefighters said the three people who were hurt was taken to the hospital and are critical condition. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)
PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -

A multi-vehicle crash left one person dead and three others, including a young child, seriously hurt in southwest Phoenix and it was caught on camera.

It happened around midnight Wednesday near 35th Avenue and Lower Buckeye Road.

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Firefighters said the three people who were hurt were taken to the hospital and are in critical condition. One of those was a 4-year-old.

[Raw Surveillance video: Deadly crash at 35th Ave & Lower Buckeye]

A nearby business released surveillance video of the crash on Wednesday afternoon. It shows a car that T-boned another car at the intersection. One of the cars then hits a pole.

It's unclear if one of the drivers ran a red light or not. Police also haven't said if speed or impairment played a role.

Lower Buckeye Road was closed from 27th Avenue to 39th Avenue and 35th Avenue was shut down between Durango Street and just south of Lower Buckeye Road for hours but has since reopened.

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