A wreck between two tiny cars at a Shriner's Parade in Chattanooga injured eight people Saturday.

Chattanooga Police still are investigating the cause of the crash, according to a news release, but they say one of the small novelty cars struck another as they were maneuvering through the parade procession and sent it into a crowd of bystanders.

The driver of the car that was struck as well two other adults and two children ages 3 and seven were transported to Erlanger Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

About 5,000 Shriners are in Chattanooga this week for the 73rd annual convention of the Southeastern Shrine Association.