UPDATE: 3 injured, 1 flown by medical helicopter after crash on U.S. 36 in Piqua

PIQUA — UPDATE @ 4:30 p.m.:

Three people were injured, including one person who was rescued from the wreckage and flown to an area hospital after a two-vehicle crash in Piqua Friday afternoon, according to police.

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The crash happened on U.S. 36 between Robert M Davis Parkway and South Sunset Drive around 2:30 p.m. Friday.

A car and pickup truck were both traveling east on U.S. 36 when they collided, causing the car to overturn and sent the pickup truck into a cornfield, Piqua Deputy Police Chief Marty Grove told News Center 7.

Three people, only identified as females, were inside the car and all were injured in the crash. Two victims were helped out of the car by bystanders before medics arrived, Grove said.

The third person was trapped inside the car and was rescued from the wreckage by firefighters. The third victim was later flown to Miami Valley Hospital by a CareFlight medical helicopter.

The other two victims in the car were taken by ground ambulances to area hospitals.

The conditions of those injured in the crash were not immediately known, Grove said. The driver of the pickup truck was not injured.

Police are still investigating the causes and factors in the crash. It has not been determined what caused the two vehicles to collide, Grove said.

The crash and investigation blocked U.S. 36 for nearly two hours but had reopened before 4:30 p.m.

Additional details were not released.