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Durham police officer injured in wreck

Posted June 12, 2015

— A Durham police officer was injured Friday afternoon when his motorcycle was struck by a car, police said.

The wreck happened at about 2 p.m. while Cpl. Christopher Andrews was escorting a funeral procession on Fayetteville Street near Homeland Avenue. According to police, a vehicle pulled in front of the officer, causing the crash.

No serious injuries were reported in the wreck, but the officer was taken to a local hospital.

Fayetteville Street was closed between Pilot Street and Cornwallis Road following the crash.

No additional information was immediately available.


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  • Donald Holder Jun 12, 2015
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    So the person passed a funeral procession and hit the officer. There should be a citation for both.

  • Paul Jones Jun 12, 2015
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    "a vehicle pulled in front of the officer" and "his motorcycle was struck by a car" seem like sentences that are at odds with each other.

    I'm guessing the car pulled out in front of the officer and the officer hit the car? So many articles on WRAL are as clear as mud.