A head-on crash near three schools saw four victims airlifted to hospital from a baseball field.
Three teenage siblings and a woman were injured in a head-on collision near Hialeah Gardens Middle and High Schools and West Hialeah Gardens Elementary on Wednesday, police said.
The accident, which involved an SUV and a car, occurred within two blocks of all three schools at the intersection of 32nd Avenue and West 68th Street, but police said none of the teens were students there.
The four injured people were airlifted to Jackson Memorial Hospital from a nearby school baseball field, but do not have life threatening injuries, authorities said.
The three teens, one of them a 19-year-old male driver, were riding together inside the car, according to Hialeah Police Lt. Carlos Fojo.
The 19-year-old had initially been trapped inside the crumpled vehicle, suffering a broken rib and clavicle and a head injury.
One of his siblings sustained a head injury and possible rib fracture, and the third teen's injury wasn't immediately known.
The woman driving the SUV has a broken femur, Fojo said.
Police were investigating the cause of the crash.