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Five Cops Hurt In Collision From Brooklyn Chase

Five police officers were injured after their police vehicles collided into one another in Brownsville, Brooklyn, officials said.

 

A marked police car and an unmarked police car were responding to an incident involving a foot pursuit when the collision happened on Livonia Avenue and Thomas S. Boyland Street around 2 a.m., police said.

 

Three officers were taken to Kings County Hospitals and two officers were taken to Jamaica Hospital, officials said. All five police officers had non-life threatening injuries.


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Source: New York Daily News

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