A two-vehicle crash in downtown Phoenix has left three people injured in an accident that happened on Thursday.
Phoenix Police Officer James Holmes said that the crash occurred at 7th Avenue and Jefferson that involved a Phoenix Police Department Tahoe and a pick-up truck and two pedestrians when the pickup truck failed yield to oncoming traffic while making a turn. The pickup clipped the police vehicle sending it into two pedestrians who had been standing on the sidewalk at the time of the accident.
The two pedestrians and the driver of the pick-up were injured in the accident and were taken to an area hospital. Both pedestrians remain in the hospital and are listed in stable condition. The driver of the pickup truck was treated and released.
The officer was evaluated by paramedics at the scene of the crash and was uninjured according to Holmes.
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