Witnesses: Van carrying adults with special needs hits SUV that was loading children

Witnesses tell News 12 that a van carrying

Witnesses tell News 12 that a van carrying adults with special needs hit an SUV that was double parked and loading children. (Credit: News 12 )

BROOKLYN - Police were called to Flatlands Tuesday morning after a car crash at East 56th Street and Avenue N.

Witnesses told News 12 Brooklyn that a van carrying adults with special needs hit an SUV that was double parked and loading children.

They say the van pushed the SUV across the street into some parked cars.

The children allegedly had to be rescued from the roof of the car, but everyone was OK. Emergency workers say all of the people involved suffered minor injuries and were treated at area hospitals.

There is no word if anyone is facing charges

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