WILMINGTON, Del. — A vehicle in Vice President Biden's motorcade was involved in a crash with a Delaware State trooper and two other vehicles Monday in Wilmington, according to state police.

Four vehicles were involved in the Monday morning crash, said Master Cpl. Jeffrey Hale, a spokesman with Delaware State Police.

Biden was not injured in the crash and the vehicle he was traveling in was not involved, Hale said.

Police believe a vehicle in the motorcade hit a state trooper's vehicle and two other vehicles, Hale said. It's unclear whether those vehicles were parked or moving, he said.

One person in a civilian vehicle was transported to an area hospital with injuries that were not life threatening, Hale said.

Further details on the circumstances around the crash were not immediately available.