Two young men were hurt Sunday night when the car they were riding in crashed into a tree on Hagen Road about 200 yards from the intersection of Silverado Trail in Napa.
Napa City Fire Capt. Jeff Taylor said the two men, whose names were not available, were both taken to Queen of the Valley Hospital with minor to moderate injuries, he said.
Taylor said he had no word on the cause of the crash, or whether alcohol or drugs were involved.
"There was the possibility of speeding, but I don't know any specifics," he said Sunday night.
The accident happened at about 8:50 p.m. when the car, a Lexus IS that appeared to be about 10 years old, struck the tree, Taylor said.
There was no fire -- as happened with a fatal car-tree crash on Coombsville Road on Labor Day that killed 19-year-old Napans Christopher Stade and Montana Montez -- but the Lexus sustained "significant front-end damage," Taylor said.
Both Cal Fire/Napa County Fire and Napa City Fire Department responded to the scene because the crash occurred right on the border of Napa city limits and unincorporated Napa County, Taylor said.
"We all went out because we originally didn't know whose call it was," Taylor said. "We found out later it was the county's call."
As a result of the double response, there were between six and seven engine units or trucks at the scene, including two battalion chief units -- one each from the city and from the county.