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Four adults, two children injured in Lincoln Heights collision

January 8, 2013 |  3:47 pm

A head-on collision between a full-sized sport utility vehicle and a compact sedan sent four adults and two children to the hospital on Tuesday, with injuries ranging from minor to serious. Credit: Los Angeles Fire Department

Four adults and two children were injured Tuesday in a head-on collision between an SUV and sedan in Lincoln Heights, authorities said.

The crash, in the 3800 block of North Broadway, occurred about 1:20 p.m. Tuesday, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department. The injuries ranged from minor to serious, and all six were transported to a local hospital.

LAFD spokesman Brian Humphrey said one of the adults was reportedly eight months pregnant.

Their conditions or ages weren’t specified by paramedics, Humphrey said.

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Photo: A head-on collision between a full-sized sport utility vehicle and a compact sedan sent four adults and two children to the hospital on Tuesday, with injuries ranging from minor to serious. Credit: Los Angeles Fire Department

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