Mary Travis, 81, of Roosterfield Road, Cedartown, had visible injuries and was transported to Floyd Medical Center (FMC) in Rome.
FMC officials said they have no record of Travis in their system, which could mean she has since been released or has signed a privacy statement preventing any information from being released.
Buddy Childs, 63, of Roosterfield Road, Cedartown, also had visible injuries and was taken to FMC.
FMC officials said he is in stable condition.
Faith Benefield, 44, of Wyatt Road, Cedartown, had a complaint of injury. She was treated and released on the scene.
Mettie Deese, 78, of Marianna, Fla, had a complaint of injury and was treated and released at the scene.
According to police, the Winnebago was driven by Alvie Deese of Marianna, Fla., with Mettie Deese as a passenger. They had the Aerostar in tow when they were traveling on Highway 27 approaching Wal-Mart.
Travis, the driver of the car, and Carter were sitting at the light by Home Depot.
Benefield was sitting at the light opposite the highway from Travis.
Police said Travis, for no apparent reason, pulled out in front of the Winnebago trying to get into the Wal-Mart lot. Police said Deese had the green light.
Deese swerved to avoid Travis, but struck the car anyway, and then struck Benefield.
Travis was cited with failure to yield.
Thursday update: The four-vehicle collision on Highway 27 Wednesday was the result of a car improperly turning, according to Cedartown Police Department officials.
Four people were injured and taken to Rome area hospitals after the crash at the red light at Wal-Mart and Home Depot. Police said they are not currently releasing the names of the injured until the report is finalized. The report is expected to be finalized later today.
The wreck included a Winnebago towing an Aerostar van, a Ford pick-up truck and a passenger car, police said.
According to statements the driver of the camper made to police, he was passing Wal-Mart and had the green light when the car, which was sitting at the light near Home Depot, suddenly pulled away from the intersection, crossing over the highway towards Wal-Mart and directly into his path.
The camper swerved to avoid the car, but still hit it, and then also hit the truck which had been sitting at the Wal-Mart red light, according to initial police reports.
Any citations will also be on the final report.
Update 3:45:First responders are still on scene.
Previously reported:A four-vehicle wreck on Highway 27 at the Wal-Mart red light left multiple injuries this afternoon.
The crash occurred around 2:30 p.m. and involved a pick-up truck, a camper, a minivan and a sedan.
It is uncertain how many are injured but numerous ambulances and police personnel are on the scene. One person had to be extracted from the car, which landed in the median of the intersection.
Others were assisting the injured in a nearby parking lot.
It is undetermined at this time what caused the crash.
This story will be updated as more information becomes available