Just weeks after a taxi jumped a curb in Midtown and cost a young tourist her leg, an SUV jumped a curb in Crown Heights last night, severely injuring three pedestrians.

Cops say the incident happened around 6:52 p.m. yesterday, when a black Hyundai traveling eastbound on Eastern Parkway collided with a white Infinity traveling on Kingston Ave. The collision caused the Infinity to run up the curb, hitting three pedestrians; one was taken to an area hospital with severe head trauma and listed in critical condition, and two were taken to area hospitals and treated for leg trauma.

One of the leg injuries was serious: "I ran outside and then when I got to the corner I see three people laying on the ground. One lady, her leg was off, her foot was bleeding. The guy that was in the white car, he was laying on the ground," witness Simone Allyne told CBS News.

The Infinity's driver and passenger had minor injuries and reportedly refused treatment at the scene; the Hyundai's driver and passenger also had minor injuries. Meanwhile, the driver of the Hyundai has been issued a summons for failure to yield, which carries a 3-point penalty on a driver's license; witnesses believe one of the cars might have run a light. "The white car was coming down Eastern Parkway going toward Brooklyn, ran the red light. The black car was coming down Kingston and hit the white car which made the white car hit the lamp pole and two pedestrians were standing there," Allyne told CBS News.

Cops say the incident is still under investigation. Last month, British tourist Sian Green was severely injured after a taxi cab jumped a curb in Rockefeller Center. The 23-year-old had her left leg amputated after the accident, and driver Faysal Kabir Mohammad Himon had his license suspended.