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Miami Motor Cops Injured In Obama Motorcade Crash

June 13, 2013  | 

Two Miami Police motor sergeants escorting President Obama were injured Wednesday evening in a crash apparently caused by an abandoned vehicle.

The two sergeants were escorting Obama back to Miami International Airport from a Miami Beach fund-raiser at 9 p.m. Wednesday when the crash occurred.

Sgt. Rufus Devane, III, a 19-year veteran, and Sgt. Santiago Cruz, a 22-year veteran, were hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries, reports the Miami Herald.

Tags: Sergeants, Police Vehicle Accidents, Miami PD, Police Escorts


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Troop @ 6/15/2013 2:28 AM

Don't think for a moment that the president will care about this incident.

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