LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - A car ran a red light in Lafayette and crashed into another car, sending several to the hospital Wednesday afternoon.
The two-car crash happened at the northbound entrance ramp at State Road 26 and I-65.
Crews on the scene say a total of seven people were involved.
Lafayette Police Department officials say a car driven by 50-year-old Tony Ross of Wolcott was headed east on State Road 26, about to turn north onto I-65's entrance ramp.
Police say that's when another car, driven by 33-year-old Bojana Mandic of North Carolina, ran the light and collided with Ross's car.
Four people were sent to the hospital, including a child with non-life-threatening injuries.
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