• December 01, 2021

Trooper Injured in Truck Accident on I-87 in Westchester County, NY

Westchester County, NY -- November 30, 2021, a state trooper was injured due to an accident where a food delivery truck hit the police cruiser on I-87.

In their investigations, officials said that the incident happened in the town of Greenburgh at around 6:00 a.m. between exits 7 and 7A.

Reports said that a New York State Trooper was in a patrol car parked along the right shoulder of southbound lanes "monitoring traffic". While there, an Ace Endico truck somehow crashed into the cruiser. Due to the collision, the trooper went to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

Additional details are unavailable at this time.

Commentary on Trooper, Truck Accident on I-87 in Westchester County

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It's not really clear what happened here, but the reports saying a truck somehow hit a police cruiser that was on the shoulder obviously raises some red flags. Was the truck rounding a curve too fast? Was the driver distracted? Did the officer pull out into the roadway? Were there hazards in the road or some other condition the truck driver couldn't control? Does this particular company have a history of drivers causing accidents? Do they exercise proper training and maintain their vehicles well? There are just countless factors to investigate here, and even with a vested interest in the outcome, the police may have too much on their plates to properly dig into the details. That's why this may be yet another situation better off in the hands of independent accident reconstructionists.


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