Ten people were taken to hospitals Thursday morning after a car carrying an infant collided with a van transporting residents of a group home on Route 4 in East Greenwich.
Rhode Island State Police said none of the injuries was serious. Some of the people complained of neck and back pain.
Police said eight people were in the van, including six residents of a group home and two staff members, when it was sideswiped by the car. The van spun 180 degrees and came to a stop facing the wrong direction.
Police said everyone was wearing a seatbelt.
The occupants of the van and the car were taken to Kent Hospital and Rhode Island Hospital.
State police said the driver of the car may be charged.
NBC 10 News contributed to this report.