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FHP trooper on scene of accident filmed by news crew getting struck by Audi


A Florida Highway Patrolman was struck while performing his duties on I-95 near Hobe Sound.

FHP spokesman Lieutenant Al Feola reported that the trooper was struck by an Audi after the car was rear-ended by a truck.

The trooper was sent flying into the air and CBS 12 reports that he sustained serious injuries.

After medical personnel assisted the trooper, he was transported to a hospital in West Palm Beach. As of now, there is no word as to whether or not charges will be filed against the drivers of the offending vehicles.

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  1. “Offending VEHICLES”??? Looks to me like an Audi driver slowing down when approaching and passing the scene of an accident and a van driver not paying attention. I can’t see any valid charges against the Audi driver. I’d like to know, from the wording in this article, what other offending vehicle they’re referring to.


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