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Ex-Hawaii QB Brennan hurt in car crash

Honolulu -- Former University of Hawaii quarterback Colt Brennan was hospitalized with serious injuries suffered in a car accident, officials said Saturday.

Hawaii authorities said Brennan, 27, sustained multiple injuries when a car in which he was a passenger struck another vehicle in the island of Hawaii's Kona district around 9:30 a.m. Friday, the Honolulu Star Advertiser reported.

A 47-year-old woman in the other car was also seriously hurt and had to be pulled out through her vehicle's roof. Brennan was hospitalized at Queen's Medical Center in Honolulu in serious condition while the woman was taken to North Community Hospital in Waimea with serious leg injuries, the newspaper said.

Police said Brennan's vehicle was driven by his girlfriend, Shakti Stream, 27, of Kona, who reportedly suffered a broken collarbone.

"He's still under anesthetics and so forth and they're doing some more cat scans," Brennan's father, Terry Brennan, told KHNL-TV, Honolulu. "He's got some broken ribs, I believe it's the left clavicle and just trying to monitor his head injuries."

Brennan, who holds the NCAA record for most touchdown passes in a single season with 58, quarterbacked Hawaii from 2005-07 and is currently an NFL free agent.

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