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Two Deputies Hospitalized After Crash With Motorist

Two deputies were injured in a crash involving another vehicle.

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Two Martin County sheriff deputies are lucky after a motorist smashed into the back of one of the patrol vehicles causing that vehicle to smash into the back of a second patrol vehicle.

Two of the deputies were injured and one other was uninjured, according to the Florida Highway Patrol Department.

The crash took place in the northbound lanes on I-95 just north of Indiantown Road in Martin County

A public information officer with the Martin County Sheriff’s Office said, the two deputies were on scene responding to another crash, which involved a parked car that was hit by a different driver.

The two deputies were on the highway waiting for a Florida Highway Patrol trooper to respond to the initial crash scene.

According to a captain on scene and Florida Highway Patrol, the driver of the vehicle that ran into the patrol car may have fallen asleep. There was no sign of alcohol.

The Sheriff’s Office is conducting an investigation. The Martin County Sheriff’s office and the Florida Highway Patrol is encouraging anyone with relevant information concerning the car accident to contact the Florida Highway Patrol Department.

Comments:

Accident attorney Jason Weisser of Schuler, Halvorson, Weisser, Zoeller and Overbeck responded to this unfortunate crash. “This is a serious accident resulting in injuries. We hope the investigators can quickly determine what caused the accident. Please be careful and obey the speed limits whenever you are driving a motorcycle, car, SUV or truck. We hope that all parties involved consult with an experienced trial lawyer. If you have been injured in an accident, call my office for a free consultation and find out what your rights are.”

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