Prince George's Officer Involved in Serious Car Accident

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CLINTON, Md. (WUSA) -- A Prince George's County Police officer is in critical condition after he crashed his cruiser, emergency crews reported.

He crashed the car into a pole at Branch Avenue and Surrats Road in Clinton.

It happened at around 3:05 p.m, when crews were called out for a vehicle collision between one marked cruiser and another civilian vehicle.

One officer was transported and one civilian was transported to a local hospital.

It is unknown whether or not the officer was on a call or not is under investigation at this time.

The condition of the driver in the other vehicle is unknown.


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