The Green Bay Police Department in Wisconsin will conduct an investigation into a rear-end accident between two squad cars to determine whether any negligent behavior was exhibited, the Green Bay Press Gazette reported on September 25.
The crash occurred when the vehicle driven by police officer John LaValley – employed five and a half years by the police department – was rear-ended by the car driven by police officer Zachary Koch, who had been with the department for around 18 months. The vehicles were both traveling along the westbound lanes of the Don A. Tilleman Bridge in response to a reported car/moped accident.
The department’s public information officer Lieutenant Chad Ramos said in an interview that the police force plans to decide if the accident was avoidable and who, if anyone, should be held accountable for any damages.
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