Two women were cut out of a Toyota Tacoma Monday afternoon after a rush-hour wreck involving three trucks.
The wreck happened around 4:55 p.m. at the intersection of Fifth Avenue and 14th Street, said Capt. Donnie Jones with Columbus Fire and EMS. The two women were in a burgundy Toyota that was T-boned, causing it to flip.
"All the injuries seemed not to be life threatening," Jones said.
The roof of the Tacoma had to be cut, as did the women's seat belts, before they could be taken to The Medical Center. It took 8 to 10 minutes to get them free.
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Jones said one other person involved also went to the hospital.
The two other vehicles involved were a black GMC Sonoma and a Ford Ranger.
Traffic at the intersection had to be detoured for about 45 minutes, Jones said.