VIGO CO., Ind. (WTHI) - Three people are injured, with one of them being airlifted in a wreck that occurred in West Terre Haute Friday afternoon.
Scanner traffic stated that a two vehicle wreck on Sanford Ave. on the 5700 block resulted in entrapment.
News 10 has a crew at the scene.
Few details are known at this time; however, we have been able to confirm by our crew at the scene is the wreck involved a pickup truck and compact automobile.
After all passengers from both vehicles had been extricated, one was airlifted to an Indianapolis hospital for treatment.
It's unknown at this time of the condition of airlifted victim, or of the other two victims injured in the crash.
News 10 will have more information for you as it becomes available.
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