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Harnett County deputy involved in crash

Posted September 6, 2012

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— A Harnett County sheriff's deputy was involved in a crash Thursday evening on N.C. Highway 27 west of Lillington, authorities said.

The crash happened around 6:45 p.m. in a westbound lane near the Talon Drive intersection. 

At least one person was transported to the hospital, but injuries are not believed to be severe.

No other information was released.

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  • piene2 Sep 10, 2012

    "What is standard operating procedure is that if the officer is at fault piene2 will cry there is a police state, if the officer is not at fault piene2 will cry there is a massive cover up.
    Click to view my profile thepeopleschamp"

    When has a cop ever been found to be at fault?

  • thepeopleschamp Sep 7, 2012

    "It is standard operating procedure not to offer any details if the cop is at fault. If the other driver is at fault there is always a plethora of details." piene2

    What is standard operating procedure is that if the officer is at fault piene2 will cry there is a police state, if the officer is not at fault piene2 will cry there is a massive cover up.

  • JohnnyVoodoo Sep 7, 2012

    WRAL with the quality reporting....NOT.

  • JohnnyVoodoo Sep 7, 2012

    This must be a new trend for WRAL...print a headline and then a sub-headline just below it. In fact, I bet the same person that attempted to write or rather combine the Raleigh/Sanford story yesterday is the same one who gave it another shot today with this one. C'mon WRAL, get it together with some quality journalism.

  • piene2 Sep 7, 2012

    "With no other information why even print the story?
    kermit60"

    It is standard operating procedure not to offer any details if the cop is at fault. If the other driver is at fault there is always a plethora of details.

  • YippiYiyoKiYay Sep 7, 2012

    Talk about going to extremes just to show kids that you shouldn't text and drive!

  • kermit60 Sep 7, 2012

    With no other information why even print the story?