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Toddler flown to hospital after Sunset crash
by DAN METCALF, JR.
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SUNSET – A 3-year-old girl was flown to Primary Children’s Medical Center following a crash on Main Street in Sunset Thursday afternoon.

Sunset Police Chief Ken Eborn told the Clipper a man driving a passenger car was traveling north on Main Street and was turning left onto 1800 N. when the vehicle was “T-boned” by a southbound Ford F-350 pickup.

Eborn said a 3-year-old girl was injured in the impact and was flown by AirMed to PCMC in critical condition.

The truck’s driver was a teenage girl who was “shook up,” according to Eborn.

There was another child in the car, but no one else was seriously injured in the crash. Eborn said the children were strapped into car seats in the back of the car.

Eborn said the teenage truck driver was not at fault, and that the incident was under investigation.

By Friday, the girl’s condition was upgraded to ‘critical, but stable.’

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