Five people, including two teenagers and a Phoenix police officer, were injured in a two-vehicle crash in east Phoenix late Tuesday.

The crash occurred at 32nd and Oak streets, according to the Phoenix Fire Department.

A woman in her 30s and a 13-year-old girl had to be extricated from a midsize car that collided with a Phoenix police SUV at the intersection, fire officials said.

A 13-year-old boy was ejected from that vehicle but was conscious and speaking to paramedics at the scene, fire officials said. An adult male in his 40s was able to walk from the car after it crashed. He was the only person in that vehicle not taken to a hospital.

None of the injuries appeared to be life-threatening.

The officer was taken to a hospital in stable condition after suffering a cut on his forehead.

Additional details about the collision were not immediately available late Tuesday.

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