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Teens involved in rollover crash on West End

NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) -

Four teens are lucky to be alive after a bad rollover crash on West End Avenue overnight.

Police say they were driving down 17th Avenue South near Vanderbilt University when they lost control.

The car hit an embankment and flipped.

The vehicle was destroyed in the crash, but no one is said to have been hurt.

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