4 Police Officers in Philadelphia Hurt in 2-car Crash

November 10, 2017 Last Updated: November 10, 2017

Four police officers in Philadelphia were reportedly injured in a two-car crash on Friday, Nov.10, 6ABC reported.

The crash involved two Philadelphia Police cruisers at 10 a.m. local time in the Kensington area of the city.

Footage shows a police SUV with serious front-end damage. Another SUV was up on the sidewalk with side damage, and that vehicle appears to have struck a utility pole and a building.

Two officers were in each SUV, and all of them were hospitalized and listed in stable condition.

The cars crashed while they were responding to a shooting at C Street and Allegheny, according to 6ABC.

One officer involved in the crash suffered a head injury and was taken to Temple Hospital, CBS Philadelphia reported.

An eyewitness said one of the SUVs was traveling in the wrong direction at the time of the accident.

Transit police arrested a suspect in the shooting near Kensington and East Allegheny avenues. No victim was found in the shooting, the CBS affiliate reported.

C Street and Allegheny in Philadelphia, where the shooting was reported, (Google Maps)
C Street and Allegheny. (Google Street View)

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