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June 30, 2013

Girl critical after 4-vehicle Fort Wayne crash

FORT WAYNE, Ind. — Fort Wayne police say a four-vehicle crash has left three people hurt including a girl listed in critical condition with head injuries.

Police say three vehicles were stopped at a traffic light Sunday afternoon when a fourth vehicle struck the vehicle stopped behind the other two.

WANE-TV reports the driver of the vehicle that caused the crash suffered minor injuries, and a juvenile girl in one of the other three vehicles was in critical condition at a hospital. The driver of the vehicle the girl was riding in suffered minor injuries. Police say no one in the other two vehicles was hurt.

The names and ages of the persons injured were not immediately available.

 

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