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A taxi barreled into a Manhattan building right before 1 p.m. Monday, injuring six people — including three who are in critical condition, police and law-enforcement sources said.

The incident occurred at 1186 Broadway in between West 29th and West 28th streets when the yellow SUV cab traveling south jumped the curb.

The driver of the taxi stayed on the scene, according to police.

Scene of the crash
Four people were injured when a taxi plowed into a Manhattan building Monday.
The incident occurred at 1186 Broadway in between West 29th and West 28th streets.
Firefighters attend to victims at the scene
The driver of the taxi stayed on the scene, according to police.

Video footage of the crashed taxi seemed to show it hit planters on the sidewalk before running into the building.

Three of the six people injured are in critical condition, sources said. The other three people had non-life threatening injuries, the FDNY said

Firefighters and EMS treated the patients at the scene and rushed them to Bellevue Hospital, according to the FDNY. Police have not released the identities of those hurt and it’s unclear if the driver was among the injured.

Scene of multiple people struck by taxi in Koreatown
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Firefighters attend to victims at the scene
Firefighters and EMS treated the patients at the scene and rushed them to Bellevue Hospital.

Video taken on the scene and reviewed by The Post showed one person on a stretcher with a massive gash on their head. Another showed a person with a serious ankle injury.

The victims were being treated right outside the Juice Generation and Black Seed Bagel shops on the block.

Police had previously said five people were injured.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.