San Jose, CA – Police Officer Injured After Being Struck By Cart
San Jose, CA (July 27, 2018) – A California Highway Patrol officer is recovering after being struck by a motorized cart Friday morning. Around 3:30 am, officers were called to Clayton Road near Miller Avenue in San Jose, in reference to a crash. When officers arrived on the scene, they spotted a vehicle fleeing the area. The fleeing vehicle was pulling a motorized cart. Somehow, the motorized cart became detached as the vehicle drove away.
The cart struck a CHP officer on the scene, causing injuries. There is no word on the officer’s condition at this time, however, his injuries are not life-threatening. Police have yet to apprehend the driver.
No further details are available as the crash remains under investigation.
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