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5 injured in multi-vehicle accident in Cuyahoga Falls

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Alro Steel, Cuyahoga Falls Alro Steel, Cuyahoga Falls
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CUYAHOGA FALLS, OH (WOIO) -

Five people, including 2 children, are injured in a multi-vehicle accident. The crash involved a tractor trailer and 2 SUV's.

Fire officials tell 19 Action News all 3 drivers and the 2 children were taken to a local hospital. The 2 children were passengers in the same SUV.

Two of the patients are in critical condition. Fire officials would not release more detailed information on the injured patients.

The accident happened around 10am Tuesday at State and Seasons Roads. 

After the crash, the semi truck slammed into the Alro Steel building and started leaking diesel fuel. The fuel leak was contained after several hours.

State road between Steels Corner and Seasons Road was closed for hours.

The Summit County Crash Investigation Unit is handling the investigation and officials say it is unclear who is at fault.

Officials also say alcohol does not appear to be a factor.

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