Phoenix rollover crash leaves 9-year-old girl, 3 others hospitalized

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Phoenix firefighters responded to a rollover wreck on Sunday after an SUV and U-Haul truck collided, leaving a 9-year-old girl critically injured and several others hospitalized, fire officials said.

The collision happened around 7 a.m. near 20th Street and Jefferson Street, the Phoenix Fire Department said.

“Upon arrival crews found a U-Haul on its side with an SUV resting on [the truck’s] cab,” the department said in a statement obtained by FOX10 Phoenix. Fire crews shared dramatic photos of firefighters responding to the wreck.

Three people were inside the SUV including the 9-year-old girl, a man and a woman, the station reported. All three were reportedly hospitalized with critical injuries.

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The driver of the U-Haul truck was hospitalized and in stable condition, officials said.

A 9-year-old girl and two adults in the SUV were hospitalized in critical condition, authorities said.

A 9-year-old girl and two adults in the SUV were hospitalized in critical condition, authorities said. (Phoenix Fire Department)

A fifth person involved in the crash was treated on the scene, AZFamily reported. It was unclear which vehicle they were in.

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The circumstances leading up to the vehicle collision were not immediately clear. No additional information was immediately available.

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