Four injured in cop car crash

Gazette: Four injured in cop car crash Four injured in cop car crash

AN investigation has been launched after two women needed hospital treatment following a crash involving a police car.

A marked police Ford Focus and a blue Toyota Rav4 collided in Little Tey on Saturday at 5.30pm.

Police said their vehicle was responding to an incident and was using its blue lights and siren.

The cars collided on the A120 at the junction with Salmons Lane.

Two women, aged 45 and 18, from the Colchester area, were taken to Colchester General Hospital by ambulance and treated for severe bruising.

A woman PC, aged 32, also needed hospital treatment for minor injuries.
A male PC, 41, was also in the vehicle when the crash happened.


The road was closed for four and a half hours while an investigation was launched.

Police are appealing for witnesses to call Dunmow response and patrol on 101.

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1:03am Mon 12 Nov 12

mirokou says...

How about using a headline for adults . What is a "cop car" . What a pathetic headline. who's responsible for your headlines, CBBC scriptwriters?

'Four injured in collision involving Police vehicle"
sounds a little more grown up.
How about using a headline for adults . What is a "cop car" . What a pathetic headline. who's responsible for your headlines, CBBC scriptwriters? 'Four injured in collision involving Police vehicle" sounds a little more grown up. mirokou

8:21am Mon 12 Nov 12

Joker50 says...

mirokou wrote:
How about using a headline for adults . What is a "cop car" . What a pathetic headline. who's responsible for your headlines, CBBC scriptwriters?

'Four injured in collision involving Police vehicle"
sounds a little more grown up.
This is the local rag not the Daily Telegraph.
[quote][p][bold]mirokou[/bold] wrote: How about using a headline for adults . What is a "cop car" . What a pathetic headline. who's responsible for your headlines, CBBC scriptwriters? 'Four injured in collision involving Police vehicle" sounds a little more grown up.[/p][/quote]This is the local rag not the Daily Telegraph. Joker50

8:22am Mon 12 Nov 12

FormerColchesterGirl says...

Mirokou - I couldn't have said it better myself. They go on about how the young have no respect for the police then you get this headline showing such immature journalism.
Mirokou - I couldn't have said it better myself. They go on about how the young have no respect for the police then you get this headline showing such immature journalism. FormerColchesterGirl

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