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Police Got 4 Emergency Calls Following Brady crash
BOSTON (AP) -- Boston police received four emergency calls in the minutes after New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was involved in a car crash, including one that reported someone "screaming and crying."

According to a transcript released by Boston police, Brady did not call 911 and none of the callers identified Brady as a victim of the Sept. 9 crash.

Brady was unhurt after his car collided with a minivan after the driver allegedly ran a red light near Brady's Boston home. A passenger in the minivan was seriously injured.

The transcript was first reported by The Boston Globe.

One caller said there was a ``huge car crash'' and said someone in one of the vehicles was ``screaming and crying.'' Another caller reported hearing ``people crying'' and said ``there are still people in one of the cars.''

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