Moline mayor injured in Monday morning crash

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MOLINE, Illinois -- Moline Mayor Stephanie Acri was involved in a collision where two vehicles collided about a half-mile south of Hamilton School.

Police say the accident happened around 7:40 a.m. on Monday morning, December 4th at the intersection of 7th Street and 34th Avenue.

According to police, the Moline Fire Department had to extricate one of the people involved.

A total of three people, including Mayor Acri, were transported to Unity Point Hospital-Rock Island Campus with non-life threatening injuries.

A day after the crash, News 8 spoke with Mayor Acri about her condition. She said she spent Monday evening in the ICU, suffering broken ribs and a broken pelvis.  She will not need surgery, but recovery will take between six and eight weeks.

The accident remains under investigation.

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