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Fla. Cop's Rollover Crash


A Jupiter (Fla.) Police officer was injured in a rollover crash caused by a civilian who fell asleep at the wheel. The crash was captured on the officer's dash cam. Read the full story here.

June 05, 2013
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Tags: Patrol Car Video, Police Vehicle Accidents, Jupiter (Fla.) PD


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Bob@Az. @ 6/8/2013 8:06 PM

A minor traffic citation? Your kidding. Let me guess who is going to pay for the totaled squad and the very lucky Officers medicals. Right. The good taxpayers of Florida. Blues, Stay Safe.

Jim A @ 6/9/2013 11:42 PM

I understand your frustration, Bob@Az, but a minor traffic infraction is all it takes to show fault - and I would be dollars to donuts (please forgive me fellow officers) that the Juniper Police Department knows exactly whose insurance company to go after for the damages. Juniper will not end up paying a dime and the insurance company will immediately settle for ANY reasonable amount that Juniper or the officer's attorneys bring to the table out of fear the costs could only go up with time.

And what would we do, as officers, if it was not another officer involved? We would give a minor traffic citation. And minor is a relative term.

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