CONCORD -- A crash between two SUVs that sent six people to the hospital Thursday afternoon was not the result of drunken driving or excessive speed, police said Friday.
The collision between a Toyota Forerunner and Chevrolet Suburban occurred about 2:50 p.m. near the intersection of Concord Boulevard and Landana Drive, police said.
The Toyota was exiting the Dana Plaza shopping center and the Chevy was going west on Concord Boulevard, police said. Both cars tried to swerve to avoid each other but instead turned in the same direction and the Chevy broadsided the Toyota.
Two adults and four juveniles were injured but none of them seriously, police said. All were out of the hospital by Friday afternoon, police said. The Toyota rolled and struck a tree after the collision. Five people were inside that car but were wearing seatbelts, police said.
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