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2 Rushed To Hospital After Collision On Chester County Highway

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Video from SkyFOX shows at least one vehicle that flipped over along the 2600 block of East Kings Highway in Coatesville. Video from SkyFOX shows at least one vehicle that flipped over along the 2600 block of East Kings Highway in Coatesville.
CHESTER COUNTY, Pa. -

Two people were rushed to the hospital Wednesday night after two cars collided on East Kings Highway in Coatesville.

The accident, which included a pickup truck, happened on the 2600 block of the highway in front of what appeared to be a home.

SkyFOX flew over the scene as emergency responders surrounded the area.

According to police, two victims were taken to Paoli Hospital - the extent of their injuries is not yet known.

The cause of the crash is not yet clear.

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