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Officer involved in South Bend auto accident

Dec 2, 2010 | Auto Accident


December 2, 2010

A police officer was involved in a South Bend auto accident but walked away uninjured, WSBT reports.

The rookie officer was responding to a call and told investigators that he had his lights activated, but his siren was not on.

The officer was traveling on Lincoln Way West when the light changed from green to red. The officer said he tried to brake, but his car slid because of the slick road conditions, and he struck another vehicle.

The officer was taken to the hospital for a standard test to check for intoxication. The results showed that the offer was not intoxicated.

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Do you think that the procedure to screen all officers involved in a South Bend auto accident is fair? Should they require this for all South Bend auto accidents?

If you have been injured in a South Bend auto accident, the South Bend auto accident attorneys at Stewart & Stewart Attorneys can help you.

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