SILVER SPRING, Md. (AP) — Police in Maryland say a driver faces weapons and drug charges after the person crashed into a police car, leaving an officer with minor injuries.

Maryland-National Capital Park Police said on Twitter that a driver in Silver Spring crashed into one of its squad cars Thursday morning.

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News outlets report the officer’s vehicle was hit from behind, and the officer and another person were treated at a hospital and released.

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Police said the driver was arrested for possession of a handgun, possession of a drug suspected to be PCP and driving while impaired by drugs.

The names of the driver and the victims weren’t released.

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