Two SUVs crashed into a building Saturday on the Fort Omaha campus of Metro Community College after what police think was a road-rage incident. 

Police officers responded about 8:30 a.m. to Building 6 on the campus. A white GMC Yukon had driven up a rock incline into the side of the building, about 6 feet off the ground, and crashed about 5 feet into the structure.

The second vehicle, a white Hyundai Santa Fe, also slammed into the side of the building, next to the Yukon but at ground level.

The two vehicles were westbound on Ellison Avenue from 27th Street and were thought to have been traveling close to 70 mph, Omaha Police Sgt. Doug Klein said. 

The drivers of the two vehicles were taken to the hospital. Their injuries were not considered life-threatening. 

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