3 hospitalized after vehicles collide in Coral Springs

Vehicles t-boned, according to police

(Courtesy: Coral Springs Fire Department)

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – At least three people were hospitalized after two vehicles collided Monday morning in Coral Springs.

Sky 10 flew above the scene at Northwest 105th Avenue and Coral Springs Drive just after 9 a.m. Monday. One of the vehicles was t-boned by the other, according to police. It appeared that firefighters had to cut the roof of a red car to get to the people inside.

According to Coral Springs police, one person was transported to the hospital as a trauma alert in serious condition. The other two people were not as seriously injured. All three patients are adults.

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