HPD officer in car accident on Highway 288 at Southmore

Channel 13 eyewitness news published a very brief report of a car accident last night on Highway 288 at Southmore involving a HPD officer in a marked police car. The officer was headed northbound on Highway 288 when another vehicle cut in front of him and the officer swerved to avoid a collision; after swerving the officer lost control of the car and hit a concrete guardrail causing major damage to the patrol car. The article indicates the officer was not hurt.

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