Honolulu police have reopened a portion of Beretania Street after a car crash.
It happened just after 10:00 a.m. on Beretania Street just prior to Punahou Street fronting Central Union Church.
Witnesses say the driver lost control and damaged about seven our of eight parked cars in a row.
"I think it probably hit a car in the back or something,and as soon as I looked in the back mirror it already had hit my window," said the owner of a car damaged in the crash.
Emergency Medical Services says two women, an 85-year-old and a 75-year-old were in the car that lost control.
Both were taken to the hospital in serious condition.
Beretania Street was closed from McCully Street to Punahou Street for about an hour.
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