Two women and one man are in the hospital with serious injuries after a vehicle struck a tree at Victoria Avenue and Winnipeg Street.
Regina police, Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and Regina Fire and Protective Services (RFPS) members were called to the intersection at 3:45 a.m. Tuesday morning.
Firefighters and paramedics extracted all three people from the wreckage of a two-door black Mazda before taking them to hospital.
Police said the man who was driving the vehicle suffered life-threatening injuries.
Initial police investigation showed the car was speeding westbound down Victoria Avenue and was out of control when it approached the intersection. The car narrowly missed hitting another vehicle before crashing into a tree.
Several lanes of traffic were blocked off for three hours early Tuesday morning to allow officers to collect evidence and debris which was scattered around the road and several yards near the crash site.
Regina police cleared the intersection and reopened it to traffic ahead of the morning rush hour.