Fourteen people were injured — two critically — in a crash in Lancaster on Saturday involving a multi-passenger vehicle, fire officials said.
Officials responded to a call about a crash involving multiple injuries at about noon.
Several passengers were ejected from the multi-passenger vehicle after it collided with another automobile, Los Angeles County Fire Department Capt. Brian Jordan said.
It’s unclear whether the multi-passenger vehicle was a van or bus, Jordan said.
Emergency crews airlifted three patients from the crash on North 60th Street west and West Avenue F to an area hospital, Jordan said.
Up to 11 people were transported to area hospitals by ground, he said.