The Fort Collins intersection of West Harmony Road and South Shields Street was closed for about five hours after a three-car accident on Friday night (Feb. 7).

Fort Collins Police said in a press release 17- and 19-year-old female passengers from Loveland were transported to a local hospital "for treatment of serious injuries" after the incident.

The crash occurred around 5:25 p.m.

According to the press release, the women were riding in a 2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee driven by a a 22-year-old male from Berthoud.

The Grand Cherokee attempted to make a left turn from eastbound W. Harmony Rd. onto S. Shields St. and collided on the passenger side with the front of a 1993 Dodge Ram truck that was travelling west on Harmony.

The Grand Cherokee continued northwest and collided with the front of a stopped Toyota Corolla.

The 23-year-old man driving the Dodge Ram and a passenger were treated for injuries and released at the scene. So was the Grand Cherokee driver.

The driver of 29-year-old female from Boulder driving the Toyota did not sustain injuries.

Investigators processed the scene for about five hours. Police said they are working to determine if speed contributed to the incident.

Anyone with information about the collision, who has not already given a statement to police, is asked to contact Officer Ken Koski at 970-416-2229.

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