GLENDALE, Ariz. (FOX 10) -- Glendale Police officials said children are among a number of people who were hurt following a car accident Monday.
In a statement, Sgt. John Roth with Glendale Police said officers were sent to the area of Grand Avenue and 57th Drive for a two-car accident at around 4:46 p.m. Monday. When first responders arrived at the scene, they found two cars that were involved in a crash, with initial reports showing that a truck was making a left turn at the intersection when it was struck by a passenger car that was heading northwest on Grand Avenue.
According to Sgt. Roth, an adult and a child between the age of five and six were inside the truck, and two adults, along with four kids ranging in age from two weeks old to eight years old, were inside the passenger car. The injuries were initially treated as life-threatening, but now, all are reported to be in stable condition in various local hospitals.
An investigation to determine the cause of the accident, in addition to determining whether proper seat belts and child restraint devices were used, is underway.