A crash near North John Wayne Parkway and West Bowlin Road on Tuesday afternoon resulted in a child being transported to a hospital. 

At about 1:20 p.m., a northbound vehicle on North John Wayne Parkway making a left turn collided with a southbound vehicle. The south-travelling vehicle was reported to have hit the passenger side of the turning vehicle, according to Monica Williams, a spokesperson for the city’s emergency services.

The driver of the turning vehicle reported she could not remember if she had a green arrow or not, Williams said. A small child in a child restraint in the back seat suffered a minor injury and was transported to Cardon’s Children’s Hospital in Phoenix.

Airbags were deployed in the south-travelling vehicle, causing minor injuries to the driver and front-seat passenger, Williams said.

EMTs could be seen aiding a man near a white pickup truck just off the roadway. The man was placed in an ambulance. His injuries are unknown.

The truck, which appeared to be towing a trailer containing bags of horse pellets, landed partially in a storm drain, with damage to its front. Another vehicle, a burgundy sedan, could be seen on the other side of the storm drain, near a traffic-light pole, with damage to its passenger side. 

Police redirected traffic, closing a section on West Bowlin Road, and a lane of North John Wayne Parkway. It took about three hours and forty-five minutes for the crash to be cleared.