A two-vehicle crash left two people injured at Route 14 and West Main Street in Cary and caused traffic to be re-routed for nearly an hour Wednesday morning. | Photo: CFPD

Two drivers were transported to the hospital after a head-on crash involving a NAPA Auto Parts van and an SUV on Route 14 in Cary Wednesday morning.

The Cary Fire Protection District and Cary Police Department responded around 11:08 a.m. Wednesday to the intersection of Route 14 and West Main Street.

Alex Vucha, a spokesperson for the Cary Fire Protection District, said crews responded to the location for a call of a head-on vehicle crash.

Firefighters arrived within three minutes and found a two-vehicle crash in the intersection.

The vehicles, a RAM ProMaster van and a Nissan SUV, sustained moderate to heavy damage.

A two-vehicle crash left two people injured at Route 14 and West Main Street in Cary and caused traffic to be re-routed for nearly an hour Wednesday morning. | Photo: CFPD

Both drivers, who were the only occupants in their vehicles, were evaluated for injuries, Vucha said.

Two ambulances were called to the scene.

A male driver and a female driver were transported to Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital in Barrington.

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Both victims suffered minor, non-life-threatening injuries, Vucha said.

Eastbound Route 14 traffic was rerouted for nearly an hour while crews worked to clear the scene.

The Cary Police Department is investigating the cause of the crash.