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Minot police vehicle collides with another in intersection

MINOT - A police car with its siren and red lights on crashed into another car in Minot on Friday, July 22. A news release from the North Dakota Highway Patrol said a Minot Police Department car had a red light at an intersection around 5:20 p.m....

MINOT – A police car with its siren and red lights on crashed into another car in Minot on Friday, July 22.

A news release from the North Dakota Highway Patrol said a Minot Police Department car had a red light at an intersection around 5:20 p.m. and slowed to proceed through it. The driver didn’t see the other car, which was driven by a 16-year-old and had a green light.

The police car crashed into the the driver’s side door. No injuries were reported and the crash remains under investigation.

The news release said both cars were totaled.

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