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Canada Twelve sent to hospital after vehicles crash into Quebec City building

Damaged cars sit in front of the La Station building after a collision at the corner of Charest and Langelier in Quebec City on Wednesday, May 22, 2019.

FRANCIS VACHON/The Canadian Press

Quebec City fire officials say 12 people were sent to hospital after two vehicles collided, one of which crashed into a building.

The crash took place on Charest Blvd. around lunchtime when a vehicle ended up inside the ground floor of a building and caught fire.

Fire department officials say 15 people were treated on site by paramedics and the fire was quickly brought under control.

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None of the injuries were deemed life-threatening.

Quebec City police closed off the crash site in the city’s St-Roch district and are rerouting traffic.

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