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Caught on Dashcam: SUV Crashes Into Car, Striking Police Officers, Firefighters

The incident, which all involved survived, happened Saturday morning in Hutchins

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    SUV Crashes Into Car, Striking Police Officers, Firefighters

    Dashcam video from the Wilmer Police Department captured a scary moment Saturday when an SUV lost control on a wet highway and crashed into police officers and firefighters responding to a separate incident. (Published Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2018)

    Dashcam video from the Wilmer Police Department captured a scary moment Saturday when an SUV lost control on a wet highway and crashed into police officers and firefighters responding to a separate incident.

    The crash, which everyone survived, happened Saturday morning in Hutchins on the eastbound side of Interstate 20 between Interstate 45 and Dowdy Ferry Road, according to Wilmer police.

    The SUV struck four people, two police officers and two firefighters, who were standing in front of the car involved in the single-vehicle crash, police said.

    Only one of the four sustained serious injuries -- Hutchins firefighter Mike Telford, who suffered broken ribs, a fractured vertebrae and a lacerated kidney, according to a Facebook post by the Nevada Volunteer Fire Department.

    RAW: Firefighter Involved in Crash Talks About InjuriesRAW: Firefighter Involved in Crash Talks About Injuries

    Hutchins firefighter Mike Telford, who was injured when and SUV crashed into a car, hitting police officers and firefighters, talks about the crash and his injuries.

    (Published Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018)

    Police said the driver of the SUV was not injured and was not intoxicated.

    Firefighter Injured in Crash Released from HospitalFirefighter Injured in Crash Released from Hospital

    Dashcam video from the Wilmer Police Department captured a scary moment Saturday when an SUV lost control on a wet highway and crashed into police officers and firefighters responding to a separate incident. The firefighter injured was released Wednesday afternoon.

    (Published Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018)

    The firefighter injured was released from the hospital Wednesday afternoon.

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