MULTIPLE people were reportedly injured after a very serious car accident in Upstate New York as first responders rushed to the scene.

The collision reportedly took place at the intersection of Lyell Avenue and Mount Read Boulevard in Rochester on Wednesday shortly after 10am.

Twitter/Jayne ChackoA car accident in Rochester, New York, reportedly left multiple people injured '/ '

The Rochester Police Department described the incident as a ...very serious accident involving pedestrians....

Motorists in the area are encouraged to seek an alternative route as officials attend to the scene.

Photos from the scene showed a heavy police presence as well as fire and medical officials.

According to a News 10 reporter on the scene, a distraught woman was taken away in an ambulance.

A photo posted by a DandC photographer showed a blue tarp wrapped around a grey sedan and car debris scattered on the large intersection.

Officials have not reported any fatalities at the moment.

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