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(KSL News) -- A head-on car crash sent four people to the hospital Sunday.
Utah Highway Patrol says a Dodge Stratus was driving on State Road 68 last night when it drifted into the southbound lane and hit a Jeep Cherokee head-on.
Four children and two adults were inside the Stratus. Two of those children were flown to Primary Children's Medical Center in critical condition. The driver was taken to American Fork Hospital.
The driver of the Cherokee had to be cut out of his car and flown to the University of Utah Hospital.
State troopers believe alcohol or drugs may have played a role in the crash.