7 Officers, 1 Civilian Injured In Chain-Reaction Car Crash On FDR

Seven officers and one civilian were hospitalized with minor injuries after four police vehicles were involved in a car accident on FDR Drive in East Harlem.


The officers were traveling in convoy southbound on East 116th Street when a civilian car ahead of them slowed down and caused the first police car to rear-end the car. The collision caused a chain-reaction and included on other civilian car, which rear-ended a third police car.


The seven officers and one of the civilians were taken NewYork Presbyterian Weill Cornell Medical Center with minor injuries. The second civilian refused medical attention, according to reports.

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