A young child was among three people who were injured in a two-vehicle car crash at a Phoenix intersection on Saturday. 

The Phoenix Fire Department said fire crews from Glendale and Phoenix were on scene at the crash at 43rd and Peoria avenues around 3:30 p.m. 

Sgt. Vince Lewis with the Phoenix Police Department said the child was taken to the hospital in serious condition. 

The fire department said the child was 9 years old, but Lewis said the child was about 5.

43rd/Peoria crash
Michael Runyan

Lewis said the crash occurred when a truck that was northbound on 43rd Avenue and a four-door sedan that was driving southbound on the road crashed into one another when one car was making a left-hand turn.

The child was inside the sedan. It was not immediately known if the child was properly restrained, Lewis said. 

A 29-year-old woman and a 28-year-old man in the sedan were also injured. 

The driver in the truck was not injured. The driver did not seem to be impaired, Lewis added.

43rd/Peoria crash
Michael Runyan

Those injured were taken to local trauma centers for further evaluation. 

No other details were immediately known. The investigation is ongoing. 

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