Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher was involved in a car crash Saturday in Tallahassee, Florida, before the Seminoles' scrimmage but was not injured.
According to a Tallahassee police report obtained Monday by ESPN, Fisher's vehicle collided with another vehicle in a busy intersection approximately one mile from Doak Campbell Stadium.
Fisher did not report any injuries, but the other driver was taken to a hospital after complaining of shoulder, hip and back pain. One of two passengers in the other vehicle was taken to the hospital with complaints of neck, head and back pain.
Fisher's vehicle bounced off the other vehicle and hit a pole, according to the police report. Both vehicles sustained "disabling front end damage" and were towed from the scene of the accident.
Police were unable to determine fault in the collision. Road conditions were listed as wet and as a contributing circumstance, according to the report.
Neither Fisher nor the other driver was suspected of using alcohol or drugs, according to police.
ESPN staff writer Jared Shanker contributed to this report.