No injuries were reported from a car wreck at 11th and Main streets in El Centro this morning.
A Ford Explorer pick-up truck going north on 11th St. ended up on top of an unoccupied parked vehicle after colliding with a Toyota Avalon eastbound on Main St.
The vehicles collided in the interesection which caused the Explorer to flip over, spin and land on the trunk of a brown Nissan Altima which was parked along the east curb of 11th Street, according to an El Centro police statement.
The 49-year-old female from Calexico driving the pick-up was helped by bystanders to get out of the vehicle through a door and was unharmed.
The 38-year-old female from El Centro driving the Avalon, suffered minor cuts to both hands, caused by broken glass, the release notes.
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The El Centro driver, who also complained of chest pain likely caused by airbag deployment, sought her own medical treatment, the release notes.
The Explorer and the Avalon sustained minor to moderate damage and both were towed from the scene.
The parked vehicle, which was owned by a county employee, sustained minor damage to the trunk area and was left parked.