A marked Regina police cruiser driven by a 37-year-old male constable t-boned another vehicle driven by a 64-year-old woman early Thursday morning.
It happened at around 3:30 a.m. CST at Dewdney Avenue East and Park Street.
Both drivers have been taken to hospital for treatment of what police said were minor injuries, both vehicles have extensive damages.
Clean up has started on Dewdney Ave & Park St. after an early morning crash involving a police cruiser and car. Both the officer and other driver had minor injuries. Area should be cleared soon. #yqram #yqr #yqrtraffic pic.twitter上海龙凤419/DQ20xTAMoK
— Sarah Komadina (@SKomadinaGlobal) July 19, 2018
Traffic in the area was restricted for roughly three and a half hours as police investigated. A watch commander told Global News a new 3D scanner was being used in the investigation, which sped up the process.
All lanes were closed and drivers were being advised to find alternative routes.
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