Two pedestrians struck by a car Sunday night in Cambridge, Massachusetts, were in serious condition, state police said.
The crash occurred just before 8:30 p.m. on Monsignor O'Brien Highway at Land Boulevard, near Boston's Museum of Science, according to state police.
The victims -- a 34-year-old Boston man and 27-year-old Winthrop woman -- were transported to Massachusetts General Hospital with serious injuries, police said. There was no update on the severity of their injuries.
A car with a shattered windshield could be seen stopped at the scene, and a ballcap, purse and shoes were in the middle of the roadway.
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The driver of the car -- a 62-year Somerville man -- remained at the scene and is being interviewed by detectives, according to police.
An investigation is underway to determine if charges are warranted, police said.