HUNTINGTON, UT - AUGUST 16: An Emery County ambulance leaves the Crandall Canyon coal mine August 16, 2007 near Huntington, Utah. Several ambulances and a MEDEVAC helicopter arrived at the mine in the evening as rescuers were injured during a collapse as they searched for six coal miners trapped 1,500 feet beneath the surface at the Crandall Canyon coal mine after an August 6 cave-in. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

First Responders were dispatched to William Few Parkway near Magnolia Drive on Tuesday evening, amid reports of a crash.

When they arrived, they found a badly damaged vehicle driven by a teen.

The teen, along with another teen inside the vehicle, identified as the driver’s sister, were transported to a nearby hospital.

Despite the condition of the vehicle, the teens miraculously only suffered minor injuries.

According to WRDW, the crash knocked out power to hundreds of nearby residences.

Earlier today, The Columbia County Sheriff’s Office announced the girls are facing charges due to the crash.

The charges range from reckless driving to failure to stay in the lane, and more.

Additional reports suggest that the older sister, 18, allowed her younger sister, 17, to take the wheel moments before the crash occurred.

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