An SUV driven by a 13-year-old was in an early-morning crash in Oakville, leaving a 14-year-old passenger in life-threatening condition.Halton regional police responded to a call at 4:45 a.m. on Saturday for a single-vehicle collision on the QEW/403. In a press release, police said the vehicle was being driven by a 13-year-old Oakville resident. A 16-year-old front-seat passenger had serious injuries but was in stable condition, while the driver had minor injuries. The 14-year-old was sitting in the rear.Halton regional police said no charges have been laid against the 13-year-old driver. (Rick Madonik / Toronto Star)The SUV was travelling southbound on Eighth Line and lost control before the intersection with North Service Rd. The vehicle continued south through a chain-link fence and onto the westbound lanes of the QEW/403, eventually hitting the concrete median that separates the eastbound and westbound lanes of the QEW, before coming to a halt. All three occupants of the car were taken to hospital. Police said they were all from Oakville.As a result of the severity of the injuries, Halton’s police collision reconstruction unit has taken over the investigation. No charges have been laid against the driver. Police said they believe speed and inexperience were contributing factors in the crash.The westbound lanes of the QEW were closed for about four hours during the investigation at the scene, while the intersection of North Service Rd. and Eighth Line was closed for five. The lanes have since reopened. The investigation is ongoing. Any witnesses that have not yet provided statements are asked to contact the reconstruction unit at 905-825-4747 ext 5065.Emerald Bensadoun is a breaking news reporter, working out of the Star’s radio room in Toronto. Follow her on Twitter: @twerk_vonnegutTOP STORIES, DELIVERED TO YOUR INBOX.