Nine people — including a 72-year-old woman and a 1-year-old child — were hospitalized after a stolen car crashed head-on into a van while driving the wrong way on Highway 4 in Brentwood, the California Highway Patrol said.The car passed multiple other vehicles and finally crashed into a westbound 2015 Honda Odyssey van carrying seven people at Sand Creek Road, the CHP said.A 22-year-old passenger riding in the Accord sustained major injuries and was taken to Eden Hospital in Dublin but has since stabilized, CHP reported.The driver of the Accord, 24-year-old Rafael Duarte of Oakley, received treatment for minor injuries at John Muir Walnut Creek, then was booked into Martinez Detention Facility on suspicion of felony drunken driving, possession of a stolen vehicle, driving without a license, driving without insurance, and driving the wrong way on the highway, causing injury.
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