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Six people hurt in Northside crash

NORTHSIDE, OH (FOX19) -

Cincinnati police are investigating a crash that left six people hurt, including a child.

Police say Telon Sheridan, 34, was driving in the 4600 block of Colerain Avenue around 9:30 p.m. Saturday when his car crossed the center line. Sheridan hit an oncoming car driven by Curtis Vance, 38. Sheridan's car was then struck by another vehicle driven by Rena Hogan, 47.

All three drivers suffered minor injuries. Three people in Hogan's vehicle, including a 9-year-old child, were taken to hospitals with serious injuries. All are listed in stable condition. One person in Hogan's car was not hurt.

Police say speed is a factor in the crash.

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