Four people are recovering from their injuries today, after a multi-vehicle collision Sunday on Mission Street.

The crash went down at 6:33 Sunday evening, according to the San Francisco Police Department, when at least three vehicles — including a blue Chrysler sedan, a tan Honda SUV, and a Yellow Cab — collided at 8th and Mission Streets.

Further details on the exact circumstances of the crash, which remains under investigation, were not available at publication time.

However, police did confirm that four people were hurt in the collision: A 64-year-old man suffered a neck injury, a 66-year-old man was left dizzy by the crash, and two men aged 27 and 20 suffered "unknown" injuries.

The victims of the collision "were transported to two different hospitals for medical treatment," police say. According to the SFPD, none of their injuries are considered life-threatening.