Police car rear-ended in Huron Township Wednesday

By Scott BolthouseHub Editor—ScottBolthouse@HuronHub.com

A police car was rear-ended in Huron Township on Wednesday.

The car was part of the department’s K9 unit, who came in that day from being off duty to work a hit and run scene.

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Just after 6 p.m., the unit was sitting stationary at a red light in the area of Vining and Sibley Roads.

A driver then rear-ended the K9 patrol vehicle.

The Huron Township Fire Department responded and the driver of the second vehicle was treated for minor injuries, and the officer was not injured.

The Michigan State Police responded to conduct an independent traffic investigation.

The driver was cited and released from the scene.


 

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