WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — Three people were flown to the hospital after a two-vehicle crash in Washington Township.

Officials said Tuesday that two men and one woman were transported from the scene of the crash at the intersection of Route 380 and Camp Nancy Road.

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Officials believe the cars were headed in opposite directions and one car turned in front of the other.

The top of one of the vehicles was flattened.

It took fire and EMS 15 minutes to free one of the adults from the wreckage and another 30 minutes to free a second adult.

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“This intersection, yes, is more prone to accidents for whatever reason,” Washington Township Fire Department Chief Clayton Murphy said.

The victims were flown to Allegheny General Hospital and UPMC Presbyterian.

(Photo Credit: Washington Township Fire Department)

The accident happened just before 7:30 p.m.

KDKA is hearing preliminary that the injuries are not life-threatening.

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