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Police vehicle struck in collision

Two drivers were injured in a crash involving a Grand Forks Police SUV and another vehicle in south Grand Forks Friday. According to a police news release, officers were responding to a call, traveling west on 32nd Avenue South about 4:45 p.m. As...

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Two drivers were injured in a crash involving a Grand Forks Police SUV and another vehicle in south Grand Forks Friday.

According to a police news release, officers were responding to a call, traveling west on 32nd Avenue South about 4:45 p.m. As the police vehicle entered the intersection with Columbia Road it collided with a 2007 Pontiac traveling south. The Pontiac hit the SUV on the passenger side and both vehicles spun 180 degrees before coming to a rest.

Drivers from both vehicles were taken to the hospital with unknown injuries, according to the news release.

The accident is under investigation.

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