At least 11 people were injured when a vehicle crashed into bystanders Sunday afternoon, the Los Angeles Police Department confirmed to CBS News.

The incident took place at 3:47 p.m. at West Pico and Redondo Boulevard when a van and pickup truck collided; that’s when the van jumped a curb and careened into a crowd of bystanders, an LAPD spokesperson said. Authorities say it took place at an outdoor dining area.

Of the 11 injured, one person was listed as in critical condition.

One of the drivers was taken into custody pending an investigation, the LAPD spokesperson said.

The Los Angeles Fire Department said in a statement that eight people required emergency transport. They said an off-duty firefighter was injured at the scene but did not sustain injuries requiring transport.