Motorcycle rider, 9-year-old passenger, injured in four-vehicle crash in Springville

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SPRINGVILLE, Utah (ABC4 News) A man and 9-year-old girl on a motorcycle were injured after the driver of another car went through a red light in Springville Sunday afternoon. 

According to a press release issued by Springville Police, officers were called to the crash just after 3 p.m. at the intersection 400 S 400 East. The crash involved four vehicles, three cars and one motorcycle.

After interviewing witnesses, police said it appears the driver of a Subaru Impreza, a 44-year-old female, was southbound on 400 East and ran a red light at 400 South. She hit the motorcycle that was traveling west on 400 South and had just entered the intersection.

The motorcycle was then pushed into a third vehicle and the Impreza then hit a fourth vehicle.

The driver of the motorcycle and the girl were transported to Utah Valley Hospital. The driver is being treated for head and leg injuries, but police said it is unknown at this time the seriousness of the injuries to the motorcycle driver or his current condition.

The girl is being treated for leg injuries that do not appear to be life threatening

Both were wearing helmets.

Utah Highway Patrol is assisting with the on-scene investigation.

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