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DENVER — Two people were taken to a hospital after a vehicle jumped a curb at Denver International Airport’s west terminal drop-off on Monday morning, an airport spokesman said.

The crash happened on Level 6 about 6:30 a.m.  Several emergency vehicles were in the area as the crash was investigated.

The Denver Police Department said a vehicle hopped the curb and struck a male pedestrian as he was unloading his bags, then was dragged. Traffic was not impacted, airport spokesman Heath Montgomery said.

Both victims were transported to Denver Health to be treated. The pedestrian has serious bodily injuries and is expected to survive and the other injured party, believed to be the driver, suffered minor injuries, the Denver Police Department said.

Police said the driver of the vehicle was cited for careless driving resulting in injury.