NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (AP) -- A wrong-way crash involving a police vehicle and a car in Virginia has left two people injured.
Newport News police say in a press release a car jumped the median Tuesday afternoon and collided head-on with a city vehicle. News outlets report that vehicle was a police car.
Police spokeswoman Kelly King says the drivers of both vehicles were taken to a hospital for treatment. Both suffered injuries not considered life-threatening.
King says the investigation is ongoing. It's unclear whether the driver of the car will face charges.
The driver of the police vehicle hasn't been identified.