Two state troopers collided with each other in Brattleboro, Vermont, during a severe rainstorm.
According to necn affiliate, NBC 5, Officers Gary Salvatore and Nader Hashim were both driving southbound on I-91 to respond to a citizen assist complaint.
Police said the troopers drove their marked police cars onto a flooded bridge where they hydroplaned.
Salvatore and Hashim lost control of their cars and crashed into each other before they were able to come to a stop.
Both of the troopers sustained minor injuries and were admitted to Brattleboro Memorial Hospital. They have since have been released.
The vehicles are damaged after the crash.