Rochester teenagers hurt after vehicle crashes into house following massive brawl

Teen girls, 16 and 15, hospitalized for non-life-threatening injuries

Two teenagers have been hospitalized after a vehicle crashed into a house in Rochester, New York

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The Rochester Police Locust Club tweeted that officers responded at around 3 p.m. Sunday to the intersection of Pierpont Street and Mason Street for a large fight involving knives.

According to Monroe County FireWire, up to 30 people were involved in the fight.

In addition, police said a 911 caller reported that a vehicle had struck several people and crashed into a house off of Pierpont Street. 

Upon arrival at the scene, responding officers located a 2009 Saturn that had crashed through the house's front steps. Authorities noted there was no structural damage. 

A 16-year-old female told police she was struck by the vehicle and was immediately transported to Strong Hospital for a complaint of pain to her lower body.

A second 15-year-old female was also transported to Strong Hospital for similar lower body pain, but it could not be immediately confirmed if she was struck by the vehicle. 

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The injuries were determined to be non-life-threatening and an investigation was underway to determine whether the incident was an intentional act.  

The driver of the Saturn was not on scene when police arrived and no suspects have been taken into custody. Anyone with information on the incident is encouraged to call 911.