ORLANDO, Fla. - Officials with Orange County Fire Rescue said four people were rushed to local hospitals after a crash in Orlando.
The crash happened around 5 p.m. Friday in the area of North Pine Hills Road and North Lane.
Investigators said multiple vehicles including a motorcycle were involved.
William Dyess lives down the street from where the crash happened and said he could tell something happened.
"It was real loud, it sounded like a big impact, like someone crashed into something hard like a concrete post," Dyess said.
Investigators said they rescued a 9-year-old boy who was pinned in a SUV and transported a total of four people to the hospital for treatment.
Hedjir Brizald arrived at the scene of the crash and gawked at a mangled SUV in disbelief, his wife survived.
"She said she was involved in an accident, and that is all I know," Brizald said.
Brizald said the disorienting chaos was too much to process and was just grateful to learn his wife suffered minor injuries.
"I know one thing, my wife is still alive," said Brizald.
#Trafficalert Crash w/entrapment: N Pine Hills Rd/North Ln. Multiple vehicles including a motorcycle. Child trapped in one of the vehicles. Fire hydrant struck by one of the vehicles. Motorcyclist is trauma alert via #OCFRD Rescue 40 to @orlandohealth Regional Med Ctr. #BREAKING — OCFire Rescue (@OCFireRescue) March 15, 2019
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