CARROLLTON, Texas —

A now-fired Garland high school teacher faces a DWI charge after crashing into two Carrollton police squad cars over the weekend.

Police said in a Facebook post that Wesley Tyree was driving drunk when his car slammed into the squad cars at 70 mph near Interstate 35 East near Crosby Lane in Carrollton, where officers were working a crash.

Carrollton policer were "counting their blessings" after no officers were injured in the crash, the Facebook post read. Tyree was treated, released, taken to jail and charged with DWI.

Watch the raw video of the crash, which was released by Carrollton police on Monday:

Tyree, 30, was listed as a fine arts teacher at Garland ISD’s Lakeview Centennial High School. His name still appeared on the school’s faculty page Monday afternoon, but a district spokesperson told WFAA Tyree was “no longer employed” by Garland ISD.

Carrollton PD shared photos of the damaged squad cars in the daylight later Sunday:

Carrollton Squad Car 1
Courtesy Carrollton Police Department
Carrollton Squad Car 2
Courtesy Carrollton Police Department
Carrollton Squad Car 3
Courtesy Carrollton Police Department
UNACCEPTABLE We are counting our blessings today. Our officers were working a prior crash on northbound I-35 this morning when A DWI suspect hit two of our squad cars at approximately 70 mph. No...