By Trevor Kapp and Alan Neuhauser
DNAinfo.com New York Staff
UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS — Two adults and a child were rushed to a hospital Thursday morning after a two-car crash between a livery cab and a sedan in The Bronx.
Two of the patients were in serious but stable condition, FDNY officials said. The other was in stable condition.
All three were taken to St. Barnabas Hospital in The Bronx.
Their identities have not been released.
At about 10:15 a.m., the livery cab was headed south on Grand Concourse when it attempted to make a U-turn at East 184th Street, said Thoamas Wreh, 29, who was handing out fliers for Boost Mobile on Grand Concourse, just one block from the collision.
"It was a green light, but instead of stopping [for other cars], he tried to bust the [U-turn]," Wreh said.
The cab slammed into the driver's side of a black Chrysler C300 sedan, driven by a man with a child in the backseat.
"It was a loud boom," Wreh added.
Cops, firefighters and paramedics raced to the intersection, where they used a saw to cut open the driver's door of the Chrysler.
The driver, wearing a white T-shirt and black pants, "looked like he was in pain," Wreh said.
"He had no movement, and he was on a stretcher," he added. "The kid was crying. He looked traumatized."