RHINELANDER - Three people went to the hospital Friday morning after a crash on Rhinelander's east side.
Police told a car tried to turn from the Highway 17 bypass onto North Stevens Street.
It cut in front of a minivan heading south on 17.
"The minivan crashed into it, causing it to enter a spin, and then wind up in its current position," Sgt. Kurt Helke of the Rhinelander Police Department, referring to its crunch against a red Mustang.
Rhinelander police say both cars had yellow lights.
Two adults from the white car and one child from the minivan were taken by ambulance to Ministry St. Mary's hospital.
The crash blocked traffic at the intersection for about an hour.
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