San Diego Police Cars Involved in Collision: Minor Injuries are Reported

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SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA— Several people suffered minor injuries Thursday afternoon in two unrelated collisions.

The first crash happened about 4 p.m. at 30th and L streets in the Grant Hill neighborhood.  Both collisions involved police cruisers in Grant Hill and Skyline.

San Diego Police officer Robert Heims said at least two people got hurt. The circumstances under which the collision occurred were not immediately available.

There was no information available about the police personal physical conditions.

An officer from the department’s southwest division received a radio instructions to respond to a 911 call around 5.45 p.m. He was driving eastbound on Skyline Drive, north of Morse School. This is according to Lt. Mike Ramsay.

Ramsay said the officer collided with a Kia Soul when he made a U-turn near 69th Street. He had his emergency lights and siren on.

Five people from the Kia Soul –three adults, an 8-year-old and 2-year-old were taken to the hospital for examination. Fortunately, all of them had just minor injuries.

The officer complained of his right shoulder pain.

Both crashes are under investigation by the San Diego Police Department‘s traffic division

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