LAX Car Crash
A car smashed into a terminal at Los Angeles International Airport Sunday, injuring three people. Pictured are passengers move through the check-in area of the Tom Bradley International Terminal in 2013. Reuters/Patrick T. Fallon

A 9-year-old girl is in critical condition after a vehicle crashed into a terminal at Los Angeles Airport Sunday. Two other people, a driver and a passenger, suffered nonlife-threatening injuries in the incident, the LA City Fire Department said.

A sports sedan smashed through the wall of utility room above the stairwell at Terminal 7 shortly before 5 p.m. PDT, fire department spokesman Brian Humphrey said on Twitter. A video posted on the department's Instagram account showed the front of the dark gray car stuck in the stucco wall, its taillights flashing.

LAX Car Crash Video
Los Angeles Fire Department/Instagram

The girl, who was a pedestrian, has been transported to a regional trauma center; the two others were also hospitalized.

Fire department crews towed the vehicle involved in the crash at 700 World Way shortly after 6 p.m., KCBS, Los Angeles, reported. Airport police were on the scene. An investigation into the accident is reported ongoing.