CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Police said a driver who was not using headlights caused a crash in southeast Charlotte overnight.
That driver was rushed to the hospital.
Police said an SUV made a left turn from Independence Boulevard to Sardis Road North and didn’t see the car coming.
Then the car T-boned the SUV, police said.
Police are waiting on lab tests to determine if the driver had been drinking.
The people in the SUV were not seriously hurt.
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