ERIE, Pa. (AP) — A Pennsylvania town’s new patrol car was totaled in a crash with a drunken driver, the police chief said.
Chief Dan Spizarny told Erie News Now one of his officers was driving early Sunday when a van came speeding toward the rear of the patrol car, which had less than 3,000 miles on the odometer.READ MORE: Amazon Air Begins Daily Cargo Service At Pittsburgh International Airport
The chief says the driver tried to swerve, but hit the patrol car and wrecked it.READ MORE: Computer Chip Shortage Causing A Slow Down In The New Car Market
The 27-year-old woman who was driving will be charged with DUI, the chief said.
The officer was not injured.MORE NEWS: Truck Rollover Causing Traffic Delay On I-70 Eastbound
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