A two vehicle pile-up near 32nd Street and Thomas Road, Phoenix on Tuesday left two children and three adults injured. The Phoenix Fire Department responded to a major medical call on the scene of the accident, after which the five victims were transported to a nearby hospital. The victims included a Phoenix police officer, a woman in her 30s, a man in his 40s, a 13-year-old girl and a 13-year-old boy. The status of four out of five victims was reported as immediate, according to ABC15

Phoenix Fire Captain Larry Subervi said none of the victims seemed to have suffered life-threatening injuries as all of them were conscious and were able to communicate with the emergency services after the crash. While the natures of the injuries suffered by the other victims were not known, the officer and the man had cuts on their forehead.

Although the man was able to get out of one of the cars involved in the crash, on his own, he was also taken to the hospital by the emergency crew. The officer was admitted to the hospital in a stable condition, despite his injuries.

The woman and the two teenagers were believed to be in the same car. While the teenage boy was ejected from the midsize vehicle at the time of the crash, the other two had to be extricated from the car. The cause of the crash is currently unknown.

The accident comes a day after a 14-year-old boy killed three people when he stole a 2006 white Ford Explorer from Metrocenter Mall in Phoenix and crashed it into a Honda CRV on Interstate 17 frontage road Monday. Fatalities included Ariella Santos, 13, Promise Garcia, 14, and Melissa Bishop, 38. Three others – two teenagers aged 14 and 16 respectively and a 24-year-old man – were injured in the crash.

The teen responsible for the crash was charged with three counts of first-degree murder, two counts of aggravated assault, two counts of endangerment, one count of felony flight and one count of theft of means of transportation, after he was released from the hospital. He is currently being held in the Maricopa County Juvenile Correction Center, AZ Central reported.