LANCASTER (CBSLA) – At least four people were injured in a two-car crash in Lancaster on Saturday evening.

One child was airlifted to the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles following mild complaints of discomfort. The three adults involved were transported to a nearby hospital via ambulance.

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There are no indications as to the health conditions of the individuals involved in the accident.

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According to California Highway Patrol, the incident occurred at the intersection of 30th Street East and East Avenue G at around 5:30 p.m.

Witnesses described a head-on collision to authorities, involving a four-door sedan and a pick-up truck. One of the vehicles was reportedly on fire and one was approximately 50-to-75 feet off the roadway.

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