Update 9:43 p.m.:
A man whose Nissan Maxima was struck by an SUV when the other driver ran a red light in Temecula was hospitalized with major injuries Sunday night.
The crash on Rancho California Road, near Yukon Road, forced closure of the road for about four hours while traffic investigators conducted a probe of the accident, according to a Riverside County sheriff's sergeant.
The driver of the GMC Acadia -- identified as Jennifer Moss, of Temecula -- allegedly ran a red light and broadsided the Nissan, sheriff's Sgt. John Magnan wrote in a news release.
Initial investigation determined that neither drugs nor alcohol played a role in the crash, Magnan said.
The cause of the crash was still under investigation and anyone with information that could help officers was asked to call 951-696-3000.
Three people were injured -- one of them critically -- in a crash involving a car and an SUV in Temecula Sunday.
One person had to be extricated from the sedan -- its roof taken off by firefighters -- according to Patch readers who witnessed the scene.
The crash on Rancho California Road, near Yukon Road, was reported at 3:35 p.m., according to Cal Fire officials.
Three ambulances took the patients to area hospitals, Cal Fire officials reported.
Two of the patients suffered minor injuries, according to Cal Fire's Jody Hagemann.