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Klamath County Deputy's Patrol Car Struck at Highway 97 DetourSalem-News.com
The no-injury crash was investigated by the Oregon State Police.
(KLAMATH FALLS, Ore.) - A Klamath County Sheriff's Office patrol vehicle was struck by a commercial vehicle trailer Sunday afternoon while parked assisting at the scene of a previous traffic crash.
Sunday around 12:50 p.m. a KCSO Ford Crown Victoria patrol car was parked with its emergency lights activated on Highway 97 facing north just south of Algoma Road.
The KCSO deputy was assisting Oregon State Police and local emergency responders at the scene of a commercial vehicle fire when his patrol car was hit by a commercial trailer as it turned from a detour at Algoma Road.
A third vehicle, a Dodge Caravan, was also struck. The no-injury crash was investigated by the Oregon State Police.
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