Medics rushed six people to area hospitals after an early Wednesday morning crash.
Two vehicles collided head-on around 12:15 a.m. on Sunbury Road near Agler Road in northeast Columbus.
One of the victims ran off the road, hit a tree and then went into an embankment.
First responders had to cut off the top of one of the vehicles to free the people inside.
Four adults were taken to Riverside and Grant Hospitals.
The two children involved in the crash were taken to Nationwide Children’s Hospital. 10TV has learned that neither of the children's injuries are life-threatening.
The conditions of the adult victims are unknown.
The intersection was closed for a few hours as crews cleaned up the scene.
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