Two of the four young men injured when their car crashed into a bridge abutment on Stetson Avenue early Saturday were listed in stable condition as of this morning, according to Swampscott police Det. Tim Cassidy.
Those two patients are hospitalized in Boston.
One young man, with a head injury, was flown by helicopter to Brigham and Women's Hospital from Clarke School soon after the accident.
The other patient, who had facial cuts, was transferred to a Boston hospital after originally being transported to Salem Hospital, the detective said.
The other two patients were treated at Salem Hospital.
The four people in the car were in their early 20s and from Swampscott, the detective said.
State police is handling the investigation.
Patch will report more information as it becomes available.
Swampscott fire and police units responded to the crash about 1 a.m., said Fire Chief Kevin Breen.
All of the individuals were conscious upon the arrival of first responders, the fire chief said.
All the individuals were out of the vehicle, which caught fire. It is unclear if they were helped by a passerby or got out on their own, he said.
Fire crews extinguished the fire.
The car was traveling towards Norfolk Avenue when it struck the bridge abutment, the fire chief said.