MSP officer injured in Detroit after vehicle slid into car crash, trooper due to road conditions

Dan Smith

Detroit – A Michigan State Police trooper was injured in a three-car collision in Detroit Saturday night after he lost control of his vehicle and shoved one of the crashed vehicles into the trooper.

according to Tweet According to the Michigan State Police (MSP), at about 10:25 p.m. Saturday, a driver driving eastbound on I-94 lost control of his vehicle and was hit by three other vehicles before officers were arrested. was injured.

Officials said the trooper was standing outside a police car to police a three-car collision when the driver, who was moving too fast for the road conditions, was unable to move for the emergency vehicle and was involved in the crash. I was hit by one of the cars I was driving.

The car involved in the previous collision was shoved by the trooper.

The officer was taken to a local hospital and is said to be in stable condition with multiple broken bones and internal injuries, police said.

“Be extra careful while traveling today. Several police officers suffered minor injuries and several police cars were hit during this storm. Troopers are providing service to drivers during this winter storm. You've done a great job delivering," MSP said in a tweet.

An investigation into the crash is ongoing.

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