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Cops: Two injured in Melville crash

Volunteers from the Melville Fire Department respond to

Volunteers from the Melville Fire Department respond to the scene of an accident that occurred on June 12, 2014, involving a head-on collision between the drivers of a Ford Mustang and a Ford Explorer, officials said. Credit: Steve Silverman

Two drivers, a man and a woman, were taken to a hospital with minor injuries after police and fire officials said their vehicles collided head-on on Wolf Hill Road in Melville on Thursday night.

The identities of the drivers were not released.

Suffolk County police said there was no criminality involved -- and that neither driver was charged in the crash.

The accident occurred near Crandon Street just before 10 p.m., police said. One of the vehicles was a Ford Mustang, the other a Ford Explorer.

Police said one the vehicles was making a turn when the two collided, but it was not immediately clear which vehicle was turning.

Volunteers from the Melville Fire Department responded to the scene and, officials said, crews from the Melville Rescue Squad transported the drivers to Huntington Hospital.

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