WYOMING, OH (FOX19) - A multi-car accident slowed traffic on Monday evening in Wyoming.
According to police, a vehicle was driving along Springfield Pike when it crossed the double lines and hit an oncoming car.
As a result, the oncoming car spun around, involving a third car in the accident.
It happened around 6 p.m. at 916 Springfield Pike, near to Wyoming High School.
Upon arriving to the scene, the left front-hand panel of a car was reportedly on fire.
Crews say passengers in the vehicle were able to get out of the car before the flames started, and the fire was put out with a hand extinguisher.
Those involved were taken to area hospitals, with non life-threatening injuries.