Car accident strikes home on Erie Avenue in Madisonville - Cincinnati News, Weather, Sports from FOX19 NOW-WXIX

4 injured after car strikes Madisonville home

MADISONVILLE, OH (FOX19) -

Multiple injuries have been reported after a two car accident in Madisonville.

The crash happened Wednesday afternoon in the 6200 block of Erie Avenue.

Police say that a Buick struck an SUV near a Madisonville home. The SUV grazed the side of the house after the collision. The Buick drove into the house's garden.

Four individuals were transported to the hospital following the collision. Their injuries were believed to be life-threatening. 

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