A Monroe police officer and the driving force of one other automobile have been each injured in a crash Monday night.
The crash occurred at about 11:30 p.m. on the intersection of North Monroe Avenue and West Elm Avenue, a information launch from the Monroe Public Security Division mentioned. Preliminary investigation confirmed the absolutely marked patrol automobile was touring southbound by way of the intersection when a white SUV turned left in entrance of of the patrol automobile. The officer involved in the crash was not involved in a automobile pursuit.
The driving force of the white SUV was transferred to an area hospital for remedy of accidents, the discharge mentioned. The police officer involved additionally was transported to an area hospital for remedy of minor accidents after which launched.
“Thanks to the hearth personnel from the Monroe Public Security Division and Monroe Group Ambulance who assisted on the scene,” the discharge mentioned.
Following division coverage, when a Monroe police officer is involved in what could also be a critical accident, an out of doors company is known as in to analyze, the discharge mentioned. The Michigan State Police have been known as to help in the investigation. Medicine or alcohol don’t seem like elements in this incident.
“Shifting ahead, continued investigation into this incident will likely be carried out by the Michigan State Police, to which the Monroe Police Division will cooperate absolutely,” the discharge mentioned.
Any updates will likely be launched by the Michigan State Police, the discharge mentioned.
“We respect the general public’s endurance and assist as these involved recuperate from their accidents,” the discharge mentioned.
This text initially appeared on The Monroe Information: Monroe police officer involved in traffic crash Feb. 27