A family involved in a crash on Springbank Road in Cochrane are out of hospital except for one child who remains at the Alberta Children's Hospital in Calgary.

As many as ten people were involved in the crash at 5:32 p.m. on Sunday in the intersection of Springbank Road and Range Road 32.

Cochrane RCMP say in a release that three vehicles were involved. A Toyota Sienna was eastbound on Springbank Road, a Volkswagen was north on Range Road 32, and a Jeep Liberty was westbound on Springbank Road at the time of the crash.

The five occupants of the van were rushed to hospital as soon as emergency services from Rockyview, Springbank, and Calgary attended the scene.

STARS Air Ambulance was also deployed to take one of the kids to the Children’s Hospital.

The seven-year-old child has been there overnight and is currently listed in stable condition.

When their van was struck, it ended up clipping a third vehicle, the Jeep Liberty. Two adults inside that car were treated on scene.

The two occupants in the Volkswagen were also treated on scene for minor injuries.

Adam Loria, with the EMS, says that the number of cars, the number of passengers, and the rural location of the crash made it important to make an efficient response on the part of paramedics.

“EMS responded with eight ambulances and also a supervisory unit. It was a mini multi casualty incident from our angle.”

Loria says they had to deal with a number of issues at the scene. "We dealt with not only a number of patients, but there was heavy traffic on this road for the weekend. We have a number of onlookers, bystanders, witnesses."

He says there was a great coordination by all.

"There was a great coordination by those in scene command and getting those patients the treatment they required and, obviously, the transport they required."

RCMP say that everyone involved in the crash is now stable.

They are still investigating the cause, but have ruled out alcohol and drugs.

No charges have been laid so far