UPDATE 11:55 PM: According to New York State Police the two children injured have been identified as an 11-year-old and a 13-year-old who are both in stable condition. 

UPDATE 8:10 PM:  Officials reported that two children were trapped between a car and The Last Stand Ice Cream Shop following the car accident. The incident occurred around 2:50 PM at 129 Ridge Road.

A nearby Horseheads firefighter and a New York State Police officer were the first responders at the scene and confirmed that two kids were trapped. The car accident was complicated by a damaged building overhang, which was hanging over the crash site.
When officials got to the scene, they called in additional help. One child was airlifted to a trauma center. The second child was transported to a trauma center by ambulance.
Officials confirmed that no other individuals required medical transport.
New York State Police's preliminary investigation found that a 2012 Toyota Highland, driven by Debra Kenyon, 73, of Horseheads, hit a 2010 BMW. Officials say the Highlander then accelerated through the four-way intersection which caused a secondary crash with a parked 2010 Toyota Rav4 in the Last Stand parking lot.
NYSEG and the Town of Horseheads Codes thoroughly inspected the building to ensure its safety.

NYSP, the Chemung County Sheriff's Office, Horseheads PD, Town and Country Fire Department, Elmira Heights Fire Department, and Horseheads Fire Department were all on the scene.

HORSEHEADS, N.Y. (WENY) -- A car crash happened this afternoon at The Last Stand, a popular ice cream shop in Horseheads. The incident, which took place around 3 p.m., involved a car crashing into the front of the shop.

Reporters on the scene say that someone was taken away in an ambulance. Additionally, a Guthrie Air helicopter was called to the scene.
Following the crash, reporters say two vehicles were removed from the scene by tow trucks. Emergency response teams were also at the scene to direct the traffic around the four-way intersection near the ice cream shop.
There is no word on the cause yet, or the extent of any injuries. WENY News will continue to follow this story and provide updates as more information becomes available.