CHICAGO, IL - Two teens were sent to the hospital after a stolen vehicle crash in Chicago's Englewood neighborhood.

According to a report by WGN, a sedan collided with a fire hydrant on 69th Street near South Lowe Avenue early Tuesday morning. 

69th/Lowe: Five teens in stolen vehicle crashed into a fire hydrant early this morning. The 13 and 14 year-olds have been transported to area hospitals in critical condition. Police say a weapon was recovered on scene.

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Two of the five occupants of the stolen vehicle, ages 13 and 14, were taken to an area hospital with serious, potentially life-threatening injuries. The conditions of the other three occupants are not mentioned in the report. 

Investigators are working to establish an official cause of the crash at this time. 

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