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2 injured in wreck on University and N. College Street in Auburn

(Source: Brandon Etheredge/WTVM) (Source: Brandon Etheredge/WTVM)
(Source: Brandon Etheredge/WTVM) (Source: Brandon Etheredge/WTVM)

AUBURN, AL (WTVM) - Auburn Police and Fire personnel responded to a 4 -vehicle accident with injuries before noon ET at the intersection of Shug Jordan Parkway and N. College Street.

A Ford truck, driven by a 28-year-old male for Auburn was traveling northbound towards the mall struck an Oldsmobile stopped at the intersection occupied by three people. 

That collision started a chain reaction, striking a Jeep and a Honda, also at the intersection.

The driver of the Ford truck was a 28-year-old male from Auburn, he was not injured.

The driver of the Oldsmobile is a 39-year-old female from Auburn, she was transported to the East Alabama Medical Center in Opelika.

The passengers in an Oldsmobile were a 13-year-old male, who was transported to the East Alabama Medical Center in Opelika and a 14-year-old male was airlifted to the Midtown Medical Center and transferred to Egleston Children Hospital in Atlanta where he is in unsatisfactory condition. 

The driver of the Jeep is a 47-year-old female from Auburn, she was not injured.

The driver of the Honda is a 75-year-old female from Auburn, she was not injured. 

The cause of the accident remains under investigation by the Auburn Police Department.

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