NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Seven people were hurt in a multi-vehicle accident in Manhattan on Saturday night.

It happened in the Flatiron District shortly before 9 p.m., CBS2’s Marc Liverman reports.

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Seven people were hurt in a multi-vehicle accident in Manhattan on Dec. 7, 2019. (Credit: CBS2)

Debris was all over the road at East 23rd Street and Park Avenue South as cops worked to figure out how the crash happened.

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Police believe one of the drivers ran a red light, which caused the accident.

Three pedestrians were injured, along with three drivers and one passenger. All seven victims were rushed to Bellevue Hospital.

No one suffered life-threatening injuries. At least two victims were in serious condition when they were taken to the hospital.

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Police are also saying the driver who ran the red light may have suffered a medical episode beforehand, but they haven’t released any other details.