CHICAGO (CBS) — Six people – including two toddlers – were injured Wednesday morning when a minivan and a car collided in the Bronzeville neighborhood.

Around 10:50 a.m., the Fire Department responded to a pin-in crash at 43rd Street and Michigan Avenue.

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According to the Fire Department, the crash involved a vintage two-door Pontiac Trans Am and a minivan. Five people had to be extricated from the vehicles.

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Chicago firefighters work to extricate a passenger from a Pontiac Trans Am involved in a crash with a minivan in the Bronzeville neighborhood on Oct. 24, 2012. (Credit: Chicago Fire Department)

Five people, including two toddlers, were taken to local hospitals in serious to critical condition. One other person was transported to a local hospital in fair to serious condition.

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It was not immediately clear what caused the crash.

Chicago firefighters work at the scene of a crash between a minivan and a Pontiac Grand Am in the Bronzeville neighborhood on Oct. 24, 2012. (Credit: Chicago Fire Department)