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Car Crash Injures Three People In Airway Heights

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Three people were injured in this crash on Highway 2 Monday Morning in Airway Heights Three people were injured in this crash on Highway 2 Monday Morning in Airway Heights
AIRWAY HEIGHTS, Wash. - Three people were taken to the hospital Monday morning after a serious car crash in Airway Heights. 

Washington State Patrol Troopers say a silver car was on Highway 2 near Russell Road and attempted to turn around while on the highway, when it was hit by a pickup truck. Both people inside the silver car were seriously injured and taken to the hospital for treatment by ambulance. 

We are told the driver of the pickup was injured, but we don't know the extent of those injuries, except that they are not considered life-threatening. 

MedStar was put on standby for the call, but was never deployed. 

Troopers also say a third vehicle was involved, but received very minimal damage, and the driver was not seriously injured. 

Troopers are still investigating, but say speed may have been a factor in the crash. 
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