SAN DIEGO, CA – Three children were rushed to the hospital following a multi-vehicle crash in east San Diego on Sunday morning.
According to a report by Fox 5 San Diego, the 25-year-old driver of a 2001 Honda Accord slammed into the rear of a 2019 Ford F250 near the intersection of Skyline Drive and Woodman Street.
Three children, ages 3 and 4, were taken to local hospital in serious condition. Police say they were not wearing seatbelts when the crash occurred.
The pickups driver complained of neck pain at the scene. It is unclear if he sought treatment.
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