LAURINBURG, N.C. (WBTW) – Eight people, including at least two juveniles, were hurt late Tuesday afternoon in a three-vehicle crash at the intersection of Highway 401 and King Street in Laurinburg, police said.

Laurinburg Police Capt. Chris Young said it happened about 5:25 p.m. Police on Wednesday said two juveniles were among eight people taken to the hospital by EMS but did not provide any information about their injuries.

According to Young, a 2016 Nissan failed to stop at a traffic light while traveling south on Highway 401 and hit a 2017 Nissan that was going west on King Street crossing over Highway 401. The third vehicle — a 2021 Honda — was traveling east on Sneads Grove Road and was waiting to turn left onto Highway 401 when it was hit.

Seven people were in the Nissan and one each in the other two vehicles, Young said. Police did not say which vehicles the injured juveniles were in.

No other information was immediately available.

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He added that two juveniles are in the hospital from this crash right now. Conditions unknown.