WELD COUNTY - Five people were injured in a two-car crash Sunday at the intersection of Weld County roads 19 and 84 north of Colorado Highway 14 and east of Interstate 25.
The accident occurred about 8 p.m. and involved a KIA and a Ford pickup truck at the intersection of the two county roads.
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Both vehicles rolled and landed on their tops, partially crushing the roofs. The pickup landed about 20 feet from the intersection in a field facing east on County Road 84.
The KIA was facing west on County Road 84.
Details of the accident were sketchy Sunday night as Colorado State Patrol investigated the crash.
One driver was airlifted to North Colorado Medical Center in Greeley; two passengers were taken by ambulance to NCMC; and two were taken by ambulance to Poudre Valley Hospital in Fort Collins, according to CSP reports.
Neither the identities nor the condition of the injured were released by CSP on Sunday night. Crews from the Windsor-Severance Fire Protection District, CSP and Weld County Ambulance Service responded to the accident.