Ten people were taken to hospitals to be treated for injuries after two vehicles collided Wednesday in Omaha, police said.
Most of the injuries were minor, police said, though a passenger in one of the vehicles was reported to be in critical condition.
A sedan and a minivan collided about 5 p.m. at the intersection of Storz Expressway and the North Freeway.
A Cadillac was northbound on the freeway approaching Storz when it collided with an Oldsmobile minivan, which was southbound turning onto Storz, police said.
Both drivers said they had a green light, police said.
The minivan flipped onto its side. Its front seat passenger suffered a broken ankle and was taken in critical condition to Creighton University Medical Center, police said.
The driver and five children were also taken to that hospital. Police did not describe their injuries or condition.
The driver of the Cadillac was taken to a hospital and treated for cuts to his head; two children were taken by private vehicle to a hospital with minor injuries, police said.
— Emerson Clarridge