A Philadelphia car accident involving two vehicles, including a police cruiser, left three people injured after the police car was struck by a BMW. The incident took place at approximately 9:00 AM on Tuesday, July 24, 2012, in the North Philadelphia area.
According to reports, a police cruiser was struck by a BMW at the intersection of Broad Street and York Street in North Philadelphia. The driver of the BMW was attempting to drive around traffic when it struck the cruiser. The force of the impact sent the police car into a pole.
Rescue crews transported two female officers to Temple University Hospital where they were treated for unspecified injuries sustained in the accident. The unidentified officers were later released.
The male driver of the BMW was also injured in the collision and taken to a local hospital where he was listed in stable condition. His identity and condition were not immediately made known.
The two-vehicle Philadelphia car accident remains under investigation by local authorities as they attempt to determine how the accident occurred and who was at fault. There were no other injuries reported.
This is a serious incident, and we wish all the victims a full recovery during this difficult time.