Ten people, including six children, were hospitalized following a crash on Wednesday in Euless.
Euless police said it appears none of the children, who were crammed inside a subcompact car, were wearing seatbelts.
Shortly after 5 p.m. on September 7, the driver of a Nissan Versa turned in front of a Toyota Sienna minivan at the intersection of West Euless Boulevard and West Pipeline Road.
The Sienna minivan struck the Nissan, flipping the car onto its side, police said.
There were two adults and six children, ranging from ages 4 to 12 years old inside the Versa, which is manufactured to seat a maximum of five people, police said. Two adults were inside the minivan.
All 10 occupants from the two vehicles involved were hospitalized, but police say none of the injuries appeared life-threatening.
The driver of the Nissan may face charges for causing the crash and failing to safely secure the children with seatbelts or car seats.