Not this incident in North Carolina reported by Fox8news:

Sergeant Daniel Battjes and Officer James Carter, both on motorcycles, were riding behind Morgan, driving a 2013 Chevrolet Malibu, at about 2:23 p.m. Wednesday at the intersection of Reynolds Boulevard and Akron Drive.

Officers were trying to stop Morgan after seeing him commit motor vehicle violations, according to a news release.

That’s when the vehicle stopped abruptly, and both Battjes and Carter hit the back of the Malibu.

The sergeant and officer were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

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There’s nothing to laugh at about this incident in San Francisco either, reported by the Los Angeles Times:

Two San Francisco police officers were injured Thursday afternoon after a collision with another officer while all three were on their patrol motorcycles, authorities said.

The officers were riding eastbound on Bryant Street at 5th Street shortly before 1 p.m. when the crash occurred, said Officer Robert Rueca, a spokesman for the San Francisco Police Department.

They were taken to a hospital with injuries that are not life-threatening, he said.

“Due to unforeseen reasons, there was a collision between three of the department vehicles,” Rueca said.

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And there’s a lot fishy, but certainly nothing funny about this two-officer crash this morning in Irving, Texas, reported by Fox4news.

Irving police said the officers were monitoring traffic on the side of the road at the time.

Originally, police said a driver veered off the road and crashed into an officer, causing a domino effect and injuring the other officer. But after talking to witnesses, they said that was not the case.

“After interviewing multiple witnesses and viewing various video footage, this is no longer considered a hit & run accident and we are not looking for anybody that we consider to be a suspect,” Irving PD said in a Facebook post. “However, we are still looking to interview someone who may have witnessed the incident but left prior to giving their statement to responding officers.

Both of the officers were treated for minor injuries and have been released from the hospital.

Police have not released any more information about the wreck.

Let’s be careful out there, people.

 

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