On Saturday evening Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service were called to a two vehicle collision at The Broadway.
The service said two crews were called to the scene and had to cut free a woman from her car.
Both her and a man in the passenger seat were taken to Sunderland Royal hospital on spinal boards.
The female driver in the other car and the baby travelling with her were not injured but she took the child to hospital as a precaution.
A spokesperson for Tyne & Wear Fire and Rescue Service said:
“Earlier yesterday at 20:18, two crews from our Farringdon Fire Station attended the Broadway Sunderland. Alarm was caused by a two vehicle RTC involving a Ford Fiesta and Nissan Juke. Fire Service personnel used cutting equipment to remove the roof of the Ford Fiesta. The driver an adult female was rescued from the vehicle and placed onto a spinal board suffering from suspected spinal injuries. The front seat passenger of the Fiesta an adult male, self rescued prior to the arrival of crews. He later complained of neck injuries and was also placed on a spinal board by paramedics, both casualties were conveyed by ambulance to Sunderland Royal hospital. The driver of the Juke an adult female and a baby were both uninjured the femal driver took the baby to Sunderland Royal Hospital herself as a precaution.”