ANCHORAGE, Alaska -

Alaska State Troopers say all five people involved in a two-vehicle Palmer collision Thursday night were hospitalized, with a 7-year-old child flown to Anchorage for treatment.

A Friday AST dispatch says troopers responded to the crash, on Trunk Road near its intersection with Forestwood Drive, shortly after 8:15 p.m. Thursday. The collision involved a 2000 Pontiac Grand Am headed south on Trunk, driven by 50-year-old Houston man David Bellmay with two passengers, an adult and the 7-year-old.

“Bellmay crossed into oncoming traffic and struck a 1994 Toyota 4Runner that was traveling northbound on Trunk Road with two adult occupants,” troopers wrote.

All four adults in the crash were taken to Mat-Su Regional Medical Center for treatment, with the child medevaced to Providence Alaska Medical Center in Anchorage.

According to AST spokesperson Megan Peters, responders to the crash included two air ambulances as well as ground medics.

An investigation of the wreck, which left both vehicles totaled, is continuing.

Editor's note: An initial reference to the child as a girl has been removed.

Channel 2’s Matthew Smith contributed information to the story.