Jacksonville, FL (July 6, 2019) - Two police officers were involved in a T-bone crash with another vehicle as the officers were responding to a call in Jacksonville. The crash occurred on Friday, July 5th, at the intersection of University Boulevard West and Richard Street.
Reports from the scene indicate that the two officers were traveling eastbound on University with their blue lights activated when a red Toyota sedan pulled into the path of the officers. The sedan was traveling northbound at the time. One of the patrol cars T-boned the sedan while a second officer attempted to swerve and avoid the accident. That officer's vehicle went off the road and struck a pole.
One of the officers and the driver of the Toyota were taken to a hospital. They are expected to make a full recovery. No further details are available.
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