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PALM BEACH—According to Palm Beach County police, an SUV ran a stop sign and caused a crash this morning that left four people with serious injuries. Two children were among the injured. The SUV collided with a dump truck near the intersection of Northlake Boulevard and Hall Boulevard. A Sheriff’s Office spokesman said the woman driving the SUV was heading north on Hall Boulevard when she ran a stop sign. The woman, her two children and the truck driver were rushed to St. Mary’s Medical Center. The fuel leak which resulted from the crash but has been contained. The names of those involved were not immediately released.
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