TAMPA, Fla. — Four teenagers were injured and treated after being hit by a vehicle that swerved onto a sidewalk.
- Teens suffered non-life-threatening injuries
- Crash happened at N. Florida Avenue, W. Ida Street
- 1 driver cited for careless driving
The incident happened just after noon at N. Florida Avenue and W. Ida Street.
Tampa police said the driver of a 1999 silver Acura tried to turn left onto northbound N. Florida Avenue.
The driver didn't yield to a 2007 Chevy pickup truck, police said. The driver of the truck swerved and hit a 2008 Nissan van that was traveling northbound.
That van lost control and hit the four teens who were at a HART bus stop, police said.
"There was a couple people sitting on the ground, no serious injuries or anything like that, not that I saw," said Kyle Racel, who works near where the crash happened. "But literally nothing like this ever happens around here ."
The teens ranged in age from 18 to 19, police said. Their injuries were not life-threatening.
Police said all the drivers remained at the scene. The driver of the Acura was cited for careless driving.
The students attend Seminole Charter.