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Car crash injures three people; dog OK

A high-speed collision between two cars on Highway 121 just after 8 a.m. Saturday injured three people, according to Napa firefighter Steve Stewart.

The collision, which was just off of Stanly Lane in Napa County, was almost head-on, causing major damage to both of the vehicles, according to the fire department. One car rolled over before stopping.

All three people were sent to Queen of the Valley Medical Center, two with serious injuries and one with moderate injuries, Stewart said. They are all expected to survive. A black Labrador escaped without visible injuries, but "was pretty shook up," according to Stewart.

The Napa City Fire Department, county sheriff's office, California Highway Patrol, and American Medical Response all responded to the incident.

"We're really thankful that no one was killed," Stewart said.

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