2 Greensboro police vehicles crash into each other while responding to emergency call

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GREENSBORO, N.C. – Two Greensboro police officers responding to an emergency call on Friday afternoon crashed into each other.

It happened at about 3 p.m. on Elm-Eugene Street near Florida Street as the officers were responding to an assistance call from a Greensboro police officer conducting a traffic stop.

Several officers responded to the call and two crashed into each other at the intersection.

One officer at the scene complained of minor injuries. Both are back on the job.

The two police vehicles have been towed, according to Greensboro police spokeswoman Susan Danielsen.

The officer's call was for assistance in connection to a man pointing a BB gun at him while he was conducting the traffic stop. The man pointing the BB gun was not the person in the vehicle that was stopped, Danielsen said.

The man who pointed the BB gun at the officer was arrested.