Eight people were rushed to local hospitals after a Friday afternoon collision in Antioch, authorities said.

At 1:58 p.m., a Nissan Maxima going southbound on Vista Grande Avenue turned in front of a northbound Acura TL, said Antioch police Sgt. Dimitri Barakos. The Nissan Maxima was attempting to enter the Crosspoint Apartment complex.

"They collided head on," Barakos said.

In the Nissan Maxima were 7 teenagers -- five girls and two boys. None of them were wearing seat belts, according to Fire Marshal Lewis Broschard of the Contra Costa Fire Protection District.

A 37-year-old Antioch woman was the sole person in the Acura TL.

There are no indications that alcohol was involved in the crash, Barakos said.

The reported injuries appeared to be moderate to minor, he said. Two of the teenagers were taken to John Muir Medical Center in Walnut Creek, including one who was flown there with a possible broken leg.

Three of the teenagers were taken to Kaiser Antioch, and the 37-year-old woman and two of the other teenagers were taken to Sutter Delta Medical Center in Antioch, Barakos said.