(Updated 11:20 a.m.) CLARKSBUG — Four people were seriously injured in a crash in Clarksburg on Tuesday morning, Montgomery County Fire & Rescue Asst. Chief Scott Graham told Patch.
Around 7:22 a.m., emergency rescuers were dispatched to Little Seneca Parkway and Frederick Road, near Rocky Hill Middle School, to respond to a two-vehicle collision, according to Graham.
Rescuers had to free an adult motorist from an overturned vehicle. Two children had to be flown to the hospital, Graham said.
According to Graham, the crash victims were seriously injured, but those injuries were not considered life threatening.
WUSA, which had the initial report, posted photos from the scene on its website.
Montgomery County Police Officer Rebecca Innocenti, a police spokewsowman, said police were still investigating the cause of the accident.
This story was updated from its original version to provide new information from Montgomery County Fire & Rescue Service.