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Green Bay police officer, driver sustain injuries in three-vehicle collision

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A police officer from the Green Bay Police Department in Brown County, Wisconsin crashed into another vehicle at the intersection of East Walnut and South Adams streets at around 4 p.m. on Monday, June 20. The accident occurred as the officer was responding to a distress call.

According to preliminary investigations made by the Green Bay Police Department, the police officer ran through a red light while on the way to aid a person reported as unconscious in his or her vehicle. The officer crashed into another vehicle while crossing through the intersection. The force of the impact sent the second vehicle spinning towards a third vehicle. The police officer and the woman in the third vehicle sustained non-life-threatening injuries.

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