Police vehicles damaged in 1 of 2 Christmas wrecks in High Point

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This photo shows the crash at Fairfield and Baker roads. (WGHP-TV)

HIGH POINT, N.C. — Authorities are investigating two different wrecks in High Point on Christmas, including one in which a car struck two police vehicles.

The crash involving police was reported shortly after 3 p.m., according to the High Point Police Department.

High Point police officers were responding to an unrelated call and had parked their police cars on Brentwood Street.

A driver of another car travelling on Brentwood struck two of the police cars.

One of the police vehicles and the civilian vehicle were heavily damaged, a second HPPD car received minor damgage.

No police officers were injured and there is currently no information on citations.

The other wreck was reported at about 2:15 p.m. on Fairfield and Baker roads and involved a collision involving a car and an SUV.

The SUV overturned and a man in the SUV suffered minor injuries and was taken by EMS to an area hospital.

There is no information on citations.

Both wrecks remain under investigation.