4 people injured in Main Street crash

Winnipeg police have reopened Main Street after a crash between two trucks late Friday night.

Winnipeg police say alcohol and speed are considered factors in a Main Street crash between two trucks late Friday night. 

Police are investigating after two trucks crashed on Winnipeg's Main Street leaving four people injured and ramming into several other parked vehicles. (CBC)

The vehicles collided and rammed through a fence, hitting several vehicles in a used car lot and knocking down a fire hydrant at about 11:30 p.m. 

Police said a Ford truck was travelling southbound on Main Street at a high speed when it struck a Chevrolet truck, which had just turned southbound onto the street from Aberdeen Avenue. 

After hitting the Chevrolet it continued through a chain link fence and damaged other vehicles that were parked in the lot.    

Police have reopened Main Street after two trucks crashed late Friday hitting several other parked cars. (CBC)

Two other cars which were parked on the street were damaged by the crash. 

A 46-year-old man and a 38-year-old woman in the Chevrolet along with a 44-year-old woman in the Ford were taken to hospital in stable condition. 

Another 58-year-old man from the Ford truck was rushed to hospital in critical condition, but has since been upgraded to stable condition. 

Officers had closed off Main Street between Mountain Avenue and Magnus Avenue for several hours to investigate the crash. It has now been reopened. 

There is no word yet if any charges have been laid