UPDATE: A teenager suffered life-threatening injuries in a multi-vehicle accident Monday night in Davenport.

Preliminary investigation revealed a Nissan Maxima was headed south on Welcome Way at a high rate of speed, did not stop at a red light at 46th Street, according to a news release from Davenport Police.

The Maxima struck a westbound Nissan Altima, and then struck an eastbound Ford F-150. All three vehicles came to rest off the traveled portion of the roadway, the release says.

At the time of the crash, three people were in the Nissan Maxima. Two ran from the scene and a third, a 15-year-old boy, was extricated from the vehicle. He was transported to Genesis Medical Center and later flown to University of Iowa Hospitals with life-threatening injuries, the release says.

The driver and only occupant of the Altima was transported to Genesis Medical Center for serious but non-life threatening injuries. The driver and passenger of the F-150 were treated for minor injuries and released at the scene, the release says.

EARLIER: At least three vehicles were involved in a crash about 7 p.m. Monday at the intersection of 46th Street and Welcome Way, Davenport.

Police, firefighters and ambulance crews responded to the scene, where three heavily damaged vehicles were visible, and debris was strewn throughout the intersection.

A multi-vehicle crash happened about 7 p.m. Monday in Davenport (photo by Linda Cook.)

One witness told our Local 4 News crew several people were transported away in an ambulance.

We do not know the extent of injuries or whether any drivers will receive tickets. Local 4 News and www.ouruqadcities.com will stay in contact with emergency responders so we can provide details when they become available.