Six people were injured when the driver of a minivan collided with the driver of a livery cab at the intersection of Jerome Avenue and West 172nd Street in the Bronx early this morning.

The livery cab driver was traveling on West 172nd Street, and the minivan driver on Jerome Avenue, when the two drivers collided at slightly past 2 a.m., according to the NYPD. Both the driver and passenger in the cab, and the driver and 3 passengers in the minivan, were injured and treated at local hospitals.

Five of the injured people had minor injuries, while the passenger in the cab received a serious leg injury after being ejected from the cab. The man was sent to a local hospital and listed in stable condition, according to police.

Police haven't released the details that led to the crash, but one resident noted that even with the city's reduced speed limits, crashes are still common.

"It's a 25 mile-per-hour zone and things still happen," a local man, who said crashes happen regularly in the area, told the Daily News. "It's crazy."