Palm Springs Crash Injures 4, Including Child

Palm Springs Crash Injures 4, Including Child

Three adults and one child were injured in a Palm Springs crash Wednesday morning. The accident occurred at Gene Autry Trail and Sunny Dunes Road. Authorities say a Toyota and a Honda Civic collided at the intersection, but it is unclear which direction each vehicle was traveling leading up to the crash.

The Honda spun out and came to rest several yards south of the intersection. It caught fire, but a witness helped put the fire out with an extinguisher. The Honda’s driver was transported to the hospital with minor injuries.

A child and two adults were inside the Toyota at the time of the crash. The two adults sustained minor injuries, and the child was rushed to the hospital with unknown injuries.

Further details about the crash are scarce. It appears that a third vehicle, a white pickup truck, may have also been damaged in the accident. Southbound Gene Autry Trail was blocked during the crash clean-up and investigation. Authorities continue to investigate the cause of the Palm Springs crash.

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