9 people rushed to Jacobi Medical Center in New England Thruway crash

All of the nine people injured in a single-car crash on I-95 are being treated at Jacobi Medical Center. Hospital officials say that one of

The victims are three women and six men

The victims are three women and six men ranging between 24 and 36 years old.

THE BRONX - All of the nine people injured in a single-car crash on I-95 are being treated at Jacobi Medical Center. 

Hospital officials say that one of the victims remains in critical condition, while the other eight are now stable after the black Cadillac Escalade they were in hit a wall coming off the New England Thruway. 

According to police, the victims are three women and six men, ranging in age from 24 to 36 years old. Some of them are friends, and some of them are related. 

The victims' loved ones have been at the hospital since the accident. Counselors and support staff are being provided to help family members cope. 

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