The condition of the two is unknown, says Sørvest police district on Twitter.
There were three people in the car when it ended up in the water. One of them got out on his own and was notified of the accident, while the other two were retrieved by divers from the fire service.
Opposite Stavanger Aftenblad the police confirm that all three in the car are boys in their teens.
– There is no suspicion of intoxication. I can also confirm that the driver of the car has a driving licence, says operations manager Victor Fenne-Jensen in the Sørvest police district.
Life-saving first aid was carried out on the spot before the two were transported to Haukeland. The condition of the two has not been confirmed, but according to the police it should be serious.
The police reported the accident at 9.14pm on Monday. The National Highways Agency’s accident team, a crisis team and forensics technicians have been called to the scene.
According to the police, the road where the accident happened is supposed to be slippery.
The police have questioned one of the teenagers in the accident
The car ended up two meters deep. The boy, who managed to get out of the car himself, has been questioned, says operations manager Victor Fenne-Jensen in the Sørvest police district to Stavanger Aftenblad.
Fenne-Jensen does not want to go into what the witness has explained in questioning, but says that he is very affected by what he had been involved in.
– Physically, he appeared unharmed, says the operations manager
The other two boys were flown to Haukeland University Hospital in Bergen. The condition is serious.
– We have received no new information from the hospital in the morning hours on Tuesday. We therefore expect the condition to be unchanged, says Fenne-Jensen to the newspaper.
The operations manager states that no one has been charged in the case.