At least three people were hurt Sunday in a crash involving a Chevy Suburban and a Buick Century in the Oak Park area of San Diego, according to San Diego police.

The crash happened about 2:20 p.m. at 6300 College Grove Way, SDPD Officer John Buttle said.

According to police, the 2008 Suburban driven by a 32-year-old man exited the 94 West Freeway onto College Grove Way then headed north. Meanwhile, a 20-year-old man driving the Buick made an illegal left turn in front of the it, which led to the Suburban broadsiding the Buick.

One passenger in the Buick suffered a ruptured spleen and was transported to a hospital for treatment, Buttle said. The driver and another passenger in the Buick had minor injuries. There’s no word as to whether they were taken to a hospital.

Four children in the Suburban were taken to a hospital for observation and later released, Buttle said.

The crash was being investigated by the SDPD’s Traffic Division, Buttle added.

Any witnesses were asked to call the SDPD or crime Stoppers at 888-580-8477.

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