Earlier on this Wednesday in Tucson, Arizona, a car accident occurred which landed six people in the hospital.
The two-vehicle crash reportedly occurred on the west side of Tucson in Flowing Wells, a census-designated area of Pima County, happening at around 3:10 p.m. at the intersection of Flowing Wells Road and Wetmore Road.
According to a news release from the Northwest Fire District, six individuals were injured and taken to the University of Arizona Medical Center's trauma center.
Two were reported to have been taken to that hospital in critical condition, with one of them being a young child.
The impact was such that emergency responders had to use the Jaws of Life to extricate several of the occupants from one of the cars.
Details of the crash are not immediately available, but a photograph sent from Northwest Fire showed that one of the vehicles appeared to be a van of some sort, and the other, a sedan. The front-end damage to the van appeared to be substantial.
Traffic was restricted through the intersection for a period of time for the investigation to be carried out and cleanup crews to clear the street of debris.
Pima County Sheriff's Department deputies were on scene to conduct the investigation.
As a Phoenix car accident lawyer, you deal with these kinds of devastating car wrecks on a daily basis.
In this incident, because there are few details provided to the public, it is hard to tell who was at fault, or exactly what caused the collision to occur.
Our car accident attorneys in Phoenix hope for the speedy and full recovery of all those who were hurt in this accident.