A three-vehicle crash left one person injured and an SUV rolled over at the intersection of North First Street and East Margaret Terrace in Cary Monday afternoon. | Photo: CFRD

Police say a juvenile has been charged with driving under the influence after causing a three-vehicle crash that left his car rolled over near Cary-Grove High School in Cary.

The Cary Fire Protection District and Cary Police Department responded around 3:01 p.m. Monday to the intersection of North First Street and East Margaret Terrace.

Cary Fire Protection District Communication Specialist Alex Vucha said the initial call indicated a rollover crash with entrapment.

Officers arrived on the scene and reported one victim was trapped in a vehicle.

A three-vehicle crash left one person injured and an SUV rolled over at the intersection of North First Street and East Margaret Terrace in Cary Monday afternoon. | Photo: CFRD

Firefighters arrived on the scene within four minutes to find a three-vehicle crash at the intersection with one vehicle rolled onto its side.

The incident occurred in a neighborhood just two blocks south of Cary-Grove High School.

All occupants had self-extricated themselves from the vehicles prior to the arrival of the fire department, Vucha said.

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Cary Deputy Police Chief Scott Naydenoff said an investigation showed the Jeep Wrangler, driven by a male juvenile, failed to yield while driving westbound on Margaret Terrace across First Street.

The Jeep was struck by a vehicle driving southbound on First Street.

A three-vehicle crash left one person injured and an SUV rolled over at the intersection of North First Street and East Margaret Terrace in Cary Monday afternoon. | Photo: CFRD

A third vehicle was stopped eastbound on Margaret Terrace at the stop sign at First Street when it was struck by the other two vehicles, Naydenoff said. The Jeep then rolled over.

Paramedics began assessing all the parties involved for any potential injuries. No serious injuries were reported, Naydenoff said.

A total of four individuals were evaluated by paramedics, Vucha said. Three of them declined any medical attention on the scene.

The teenage male in the Jeep was transported by ambulance to Advocate Good Shepard Hospital in Barrington with minor injuries.

Naydenoff said all occupants of the vehicles involved were juveniles. The driver of the Jeep was charged with driving under the influence, unlawful consumption of alcohol by a minor and unlawful possession of alcohol by a minor.

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He was also issued traffic citations related to the crash.