11 Injured in Chicago Accident


 
 

| Monday, March 8, 2010


CHICAGO - Authorities say there's no word of what caused a two-vehicle crash on Chicago's South Side that sent 11 people to area hospitals.



Chicago Fire Department spokesman Quention Curtis one adult was transported to a hospital in critical condition. He says all others were transported to area hospitals in fair-to-good condition.



Curtis says the injured included seven children.



Curtis says the crash occurred around 2:40 p.m. Sunday and involved a Ford minivan and a full-sized Ford van.




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