Airport shuttle crash injures 11

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SAN DIEGO — A shuttle at the San Diego International Airport crashed into several cars Sunday morning, sending 11 people to local hospitals.

It happened around 11:20 a.m. at North Harbor Drive and Winship Lane, San Diego Fire-Rescue Department spokesman Alec Phillipp said.

Multiple ambulances responded and took the patients to hospitals, Phillipp said. None of the 11 patients’ injuries were believed to be life- threatening.

Lanes were blocked on westbound North Harbor Drive for a time after the crash and were reopened by 1:30 p.m., airport officials tweeted.

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