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Man trapped underneath car is sent to hospital

TYLER, TX (KLTV) - Tyler police respond to a local park and find a man pinned underneath his car. 

Saturday, police say a 21 year-old man was working on his car at Noble Young Park when it fell off the jack, pinning him beneath the front of the car.  The park is located in the 3100 Block of Seaton St.  Police say people at the park lifted the car off the man, so that he could be pulled from beneath the car.  The man was taken to ETMC and is currently listed in critical condition.

Police say his condition is not being released until family is notified. 

 

 

 

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