ARLINGTON (CBSDFW.COM) - Seven people were injured during a crash in Arlington early Friday morning. It happened at about 8:00 a.m. at the intersection of Davis Drive and Anita Drive, just north of Interstate-30.
According to Tiara Richard with the Arlington Police Department, two vehicles were involved in the crash. A car turning onto Davis Drive ran into a minivan carrying the seven injured adults. Two of the injuries were classified as being serious, and one of the vicitims had to be airlifted away from the scene. The injured victims are being taken to Arlington Memorial Hospital and Harris Methodist Hospital.
The nature of the injuries is unknown.
The seven people in the minivan were trapped after the crash. Traffic was backed up in the area as firefighters extracted them from the wreckage.
Officials with the Arlington Independent School District confirmed that none of their students were involved in the crash, despite its close proximity to the district’s Lamar High School.
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