Four people were injured in a three-vehicle crash Tuesday morning in Germantown, police said.
The crash occurred just after 7 a.m. when two vehicles traveling in opposite directions on Mequon Road collided as one of the vehicles attempted to turn onto Pilgrim Road, police Lt. Brian Henning said.
One of the vehicles became airborne, rolled over and landed on a third vehicle, Henning said.
All four people were taken to hospitals and are expected to survive, Henning said.
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