Police suspect a motorist was distracted before rear-ending an unoccupied police car on Kellogg on Wednesday, April 21, 2011. According to a post on the police department's Facebook page (at <a href="http://www.facebook.com/WichitaPolice">http://www.facebook.com/WichitaPolice</a>), the officer was out of his car assisting a stalled motorist and was not injured. The driver whose vehicle hit the patrol car had only minor injuries, police said.http://www.facebook.com/WichitaPolice), the officer was out of his car assisting a stalled motorist and was not injured. The driver whose vehicle hit the patrol car had only minor injuries, police said." />
Police suspect a motorist was distracted before rear-ending an unoccupied police car on Kellogg on Wednesday, April 21, 2011. According to a post on the police department's Facebook page (at <a href="http://www.facebook.com/WichitaPolice">http://www.facebook.com/WichitaPolice</a>), the officer was out of his car assisting a stalled motorist and was not injured. The driver whose vehicle hit the patrol car had only minor injuries, police said. Courtesy of the Wichita Police Department's Facebook page
Police suspect a motorist was distracted before rear-ending an unoccupied police car on Kellogg on Wednesday, April 21, 2011. According to a post on the police department's Facebook page (at <a href="http://www.facebook.com/WichitaPolice">http://www.facebook.com/WichitaPolice</a>), the officer was out of his car assisting a stalled motorist and was not injured. The driver whose vehicle hit the patrol car had only minor injuries, police said. Courtesy of the Wichita Police Department's Facebook page

Texting driver rams patrol car on Kellogg

April 22, 2011 12:00 AM

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