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July 12, 2019

Multiple people injured when vehicle hits pedestrians near Thomas Jefferson University Hospital

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Thomas jefferson university car crash Screenshot/Google Street View

The view from 10th & Chestnut, where a car hit pedestrians and another vehicle on Friday, injuring multiple people.

UPDATE, 8:15 p.m.: Three people are now listed in critical condition, according to the hospital. Three other patients are listed in fair condition.

ORIGINAL STORY, 6:26 p.m.: Multiple people were injured, at least two seriously, Friday afternoon when a vehicle hit pedestrians and another vehicle outside Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Center City.

The incident happened at 10th and Sansom streets just after 4:00.

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According to a statement from the hospital, Jefferson received six patients from the accident late this afternoon. As of 5:20pm, two patients are listed in serious condition, one patient is in fair condition, and three patients are being evaluated.

A child reportedly was taken to Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, with "unstable vital signs", 6ABC reported.

One Twitter user captured the scene after the crash:

It was unclear Friday evening what had caused the crash.

This is a developing story, and will be updated as more information becomes available.

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