A police officer in Wisconsin miraculously managed to flee harm Monday when a semi-truck hit a patch of ice and slammed into the cop’s automobile, beautiful video confirmed.
The incident occurred round 9:30 a.m. because the officer was coming into the intersection, Ashwaubenon Public Security wrote on Fb. The truck driver was trying to cease, however hit a patch of ice and slid into the officer’s automobile.
The crash was captured on a dashcam video as a result of one other cop was following the police automobile that was hit.
“If you’re trying on the video it does seem that the truck was transferring fairly quick,” Captain Jody Crocker of Ashwaubenon Public Security instructed FOX11. “The primary factor there may be the actual fact he had a purple mild. He ought to have been driving below the situations the place he’d be capable to cease as that mild was turning purple.”
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The affect of the crash despatched the patrol automotive into the median of the roadway. The officer was initially trapped contained in the automobile, however finally was in a position to get free, unhurt, police mentioned.
“It is a good reminder to drive inside protected speeds so you’ll be able to cease and/or keep away from crashes when situations deteriorate,” the division mentioned in a Fb put up.
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The motive force of the truck concerned within the crash was cited for working too quick for situations. The crash closed the roadway for two half of hours, based on police.
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“There needs to be no motive any automobile cannot cease for a purple mild, cannot decelerate and yield on the yellow,” Crocker instructed FOX11.