Car Plows Into Group of Pedestrians in Flatbush, Brooklyn, After Jumping Curb

A car drove into a group of pedestrians in Flatbush, Brooklyn, on Thursday after jumping a curb, injuring several people.

A spokesperson for the New York Fire Department (FDNY) told Newsweek the crash occurred between Flatbush and Flatlands avenues at around 12:57 p.m. The spokesperson confirmed that six injuries were reported, with three considered serious but not life-threatening and the other three minor.

A New York Police Department (NYPD) spokesperson told Newsweek the incident involved two vehicles.

All six of the pedestrians were transported to local hospitals, according to the FDNY.

Several videos and images of the crash were posted on the Citizen app. In one video, several fire trucks, ambulances and police cruisers can be seen surrounding the crash, with personnel assisting those injured.

Another video, also posted to the Citizen app, shows a different angle on the crash scene. One of the vehicles shown had deployed its airbags. Police officers, firefighters and emergency medical technicians are seen surrounding the area.

A similar crash occurred earlier this month. The multivehicle incident left seven injured on Manhattan's East Side. A van crashed into a black Toyota Camry, which then pushed the Camry into an outdoor dining area on the side of the street. All seven injuries were minor, the NYPD told Newsweek.

This is a breaking news story and will be updated when more information becomes available.

A New York City police SUV sits on Broadway on April 15, 2016. Raymond Boyd/Getty