LONG CO., GA (WTOC) - Two people have been airlifted following a crash involving two cars on Ga. State Highway 196 in Long County.
A grey sedan was attempting to turn onto Post Oak Road from Hwy. 196 when a white sedan struck the vehicle head-on. The two passengers of the white sedan, an adult male, and a small child, were airlifted to a trauma hospital in Savannah. Officials on scene confirmed that the child was not restrained in a car seat, and was not wearing a seatbelt. Conditions are unknown at this time.
Two of the adults that were traveling in the grey sedan were taken to a local emergency room to receive treatment. The third passenger was treated at the scene and released. Their conditions are also unknown.
Long County Sheriff's Office, Long/Ludowici Volunteer Fire & Rescue, Liberty County EMS and the Georgia State Patrol all responded to the scene.
The Georgia State Patrol is handling the investigation into the cause of the crash.