MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Several people are recovering following a fiery crash early Wednesday morning in Minneapolis’ trendy North Loop neighborhood.

Witnesses told WCCO-TV that a car was speeding down Washington Avenue around midnight when it ran a red light and crashed into another car. That second car then spun out, crashed into a lamppost and went up in flames.

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Video from the scene shows bystanders rushing to pull unconscious people from the burning car.

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“They were cutting the seat belts off people who were knocked unconscious, trying to drag them out,” said Paul Peterson, a witness.

The Minneapolis Police Department says everyone inside the burning car was taken out. At least one person was hospitalized.

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Police are still investigating the incident.