Indiana State Police troopers are investigating a crash that occurred Wednesday afternoon and injured four people, including two children.
The crash occurred just after 5 p.m. at Billingsley Drive and U.C. 50.
Police say a 2003 Honda van driven by David Flanigan, 72, of New Albany, Ind. was on Billingsley Drive when he pulled out onto U.S. 50 to go east and was struck by a westbound 1999 Plymouth van driven by Bambi Seabolt, 30, of Lawrenceburg, Ind.
Flanigan suffered a minor head injury but refused transport to the hospital.
Seabolt complained of pain in her chest and was transported to Dearborn County Hospital (DCH).
Also transported to DCH were Jacob Kirby, 6, and Derick Kirby, 9, with minor injuries.
In addition, a one year old and three year old were transported to DCH with no visible injuries but only as a precaution. All children were in the 1999 Plymouth van.
None of the injuries appeared to be life threatening. The crash had westbound traffic on U.S. 50 backed up east of S.R. 48 in Lawrenceburg for about 45 minutes while emergency crews cleared the scene.