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Yesterday I was involved in an on duty traffic collision. The vehicle i was a passenger in rear ended a stopped vehicle. We were traveling approx 40 mph. My partner was fine,  I was transported for neck/back pain. i will be off work for a few days. Just wanted to tell everyone to keep  your eyes on the road, I know in LE we have a tendency to become distracted. Stay safe everyone

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Get well soon!  On duty?  so... you are a LEO now,,,


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Hope your back to work in no time.


Good reminder


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Get well soon... A good reminder for those who are not LE as well.


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DonnaLynn says ...



Get well soon!  On duty?  so... you are a LEO now,,,



I am non sworn LE.. thanks everyone

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hope you feel better soon.


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Hope both get well soon, and probably due to the dangers of trying to multitask while driving.

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I hope that you feel better soon. And you are right, we have too much to distract us. The majority of LDD are caused by car accidents. I was rear ended in my patrol car back in August. Totalled my patrol car and had me out for 4 days. One of my Cpl.'s was rear ended just last week. As much as we are in the cars, it is inevitable that there are going to be wrecks.



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Speedy recovery. I find your comments confusing. If you are a non LE how did you become involved in an on duty MVA? Your last comment stated I know in LE we have a tendency to become distracted. What is your role in law enforcement? I am quite curious and look forward to your response.

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Get well soon.


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Gell well soon.

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thanks for all the get well wishes. I am non sworn LE, like a community service officer. I work in the traffic division taking t/c reports,stolen vehicle reports.