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Louisville Car Accident Involving Police Car Injures One

Posted on Aug 13, 2010
A Louisville car accident involving a Louisville Metro Police officer, who was transporting a prisoner, leaves one person injured after the officer rear-ends another vehicle. The incident took place at approximately 5:30 PM on Monday evening, August 2, 2010, on Liberty.

According to reports, the unidentified police officer rear-ended a car on Liberty, just east of Brook Street, while transporting a prisoner. Rescue crews took the prisoner to University Hospital where the prisoner was treated for cuts to the face. The prisoner’s condition was not made known. However, once treated, the prisoner is expected to be taken to jail.

Fortunately, the police officer and the people in the second car were not injured in the two-vehicle wreck.  It was unclear as to what caused the police car to slam into the second vehicle along Liberty.

The Louisville auto accident is still under investigation by local authorities.

This is an unfortunate incident and we extend our thoughts and wishes to everyone who was involved in the accident during this difficult time.

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