PHOENIX - Seven people were injured in a north Phoenix crash involving three vehicles Tuesday morning.
The crash was reported around 10 a.m. in the area of Cave Creek Road and Sweetwater Avenue.
Scott Walker with the Phoenix Fire Department said it appears a car hit another vehicle. Another car then hit those two vehicles, he said.
Air15 video showed a white car on the road with significant damage to the front and back end.
A firefighter was seen prying open a door on the white vehicle.
Walker said five people were in one car and the other two vehicles each had one occupant.
Those involved suffered non-life threatening injuries.
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