One person was sent to hospital via LifeFlight as a result of a crash in the Bridgewater, N.S., area on Saturday.
Nova Scotia RCMP say the two-vehicle crash in Middlewood happened just after 5 p.m.
Police believe a car was travelling eastbound on Highway 103 when another car failed to yield and crossed the center line, coming into the path of the eastbound car.
The driver and passenger of the first car and the driver and two passengers of the other car were all injured, according to police.
Four people were transported to the hospital via EHS and one person was transported to hospital via LifeFlight with serious injuries.
Highway 103 was closed for approximately one hour and has since reopened.
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